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PUBLIC DOCUMENT. No. 7 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



ADJUTANT GENEKAL 



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FOR THE 



Year ending December 31, 1885. 



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ANNUAL REPORT. 



commonwealth of massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, 
Boston, Dec. 31, 1885. 

To His Excellency George D. Robinson, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Sm : — I have the honor respectfully to submit the annual 
report of the Military Department of the Commonwealth for 
the year ending Dec. 31, 1885. 

The department as now organized consists of the bureaus 
of the Militia, War Records of soldiers and sailors, Claims, 
and Soldiers' Messenger Corps. 

Militia. 

The importance of the proper maintenance of an effective 
militia force is becoming more and more apparent to our 
citizens, and I am satisfied that less objections have been 
shown, and a more cordial support accorded it, during the 
year now closed. 

The officers of the United States Army, fully recognizing 
the necessity of a well disciplined force in each State, have 
put forth their best efforts in many instances in aid of the 
same. General Sheridan, commanding the armies of the 
United States, and Adjutant General Drum, recommend, in 
their recent reports, the arming of State troops with latest 
improved arms, and the exchange of obsolete and unservice- 
able for new and effective. The officers and men of the 
militia have, by their efforts, earnestness, and soldierly 
bearing, recorded a most successful year of duty for the 
State force; the continued interest shown by them, and the 
results accomplished entitle them to the thanks of the Com- 
monwealth. The force now authorized by law is 338 officers 



4 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and 4,516 enlisted men, being an increase of two commis- 
sioned officers and thirty enlisted men since my last 
report. 

Chapter 236, sect. 1, Act of Legislature, approved May 
14, 1885, provides for Ambulance Corps to be attached to 
Brigades, which, originating with the Surgeon General, are 
placed under his supervision and instruction. I desire here 
to attest my approbation of the usefulness of the work per- 
formed by this corps at the encampment of the Second 
Brigade. 

In compliance with law, annual drills took place in June, 
July, August, September, and October, at which time there 
were in the State service 298 commissioned officers and 
4,097 enlisted men; of this number 264 officers and 2,944 
enlisted men performed duty, the attendance being nearly 
the same as that of the previous year, and largely in excess 
of former years. The number given is exclusive of Bands. 

The annual encampments occurred in the months of June, 
July, and August, at which time there were in the service 
326 commissioned officers and 4,162 enlisted men, of which 
311 officers and 3,336 enlisted men performed duty. 

At the State Rifle Match at South Framingham, October 
6th, 150 commissioned officers and 370 enlisted men par- 
ticipated. 

The aggregate strength of the Militia at the present time 
is 319 commissioned officers, 4,119 enlisted men, a vacancy 
of one infantry company existing. 

The changes in companies during the year have been as 
follows : Company E, Second Regiment, Company K, Sixth 
Regiment, First Brigade, and Company G, Eighth Regi- 
ment, Second Brigade, being in poor condition, were dis- 
banded. A new company, to be known as Company E, 
Second Regiment, was formed in Orange, Mass., Feb. 26, 
1885; one in Clinton, Dec. 7, 1885, to be known as Com- 
pany K, Sixth Regiment, First Brigade, M.V.M. The new 
company at Orange has performed excellent service, demon- 
strating anew the good judgment in disbanding poor com- 
mands and the substitution of new. The company at Clinton 
is composed of good material, and will bring new life and 
interest to the Militia. 



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It will be my course, while in charge of this department, 
to continue to recommend disbandments, wherever poor 
organizations are found with no prospect of resuscitation. 

Tours of Duty. 

Special Orders No. 28, dated March 12, detailed one ser- 
geant and seven corporals, representing each regiment, 
under the command of Lieut. Frederick G. King, Adjutant 
First Regiment Infantry, First Brigade, to attend the funeral 
of the late Sergeant Thomas Plunkett at Worcester, March 
14, as guard to the war colors of the Twenty-first Regiment 
Mass. Vols., which had been borne in the service of the 
United States by Sergeant Plunkett. 

Special Orders No. 61, dated June 24, detailed Company 
A, First Battalion Cavalry, Captain George D. Andrews 
commanding, as escort to your Excellency on the occasion 
of your attendance at the annual commencement exercises 
at Harvard University in June last, on which occasion Hon. 
Thomas A. Hendricks, Vice President of the United States 
(since deceased), was the honored guest of the Common- 
wealth. 

General Orders No. 6 gives dates for annual drills and 
encampments. Camp duty was performed at the following 
dates and places : — 



Organization. 


Commanding Officer. 


Date. 


riace. 


1st Brigade, .... 
1st Corps Cadets, 

2d Brigade 

2d Corps Cadets, . 


Brig. Gen. Wales, . 
Lieut. Col. Edmands, 
Brig. Gen. Peach, . 
Lieut. Col. Dalton, . 


June 9, . 
July 13, . 
July 21, . 
Aug. 11, . 


State Camp Ground. 

Hinghara. 

State Camp Ground. 

Essex. 



Enrolled Militia. 

The total number of enrolled Militia as reported to this 
office from the returns of assessors of cities and towns is 
272,003, being an increase of 7,472 since last report. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Heayy Artillery. 

Progress has been steadily made in heavy artillery instruc- 
tion, and I would respectfully call your attention to the re- 
port on the subject by Col. A. C. Wellington, Commanding 
First Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. Too much importance 
cannot be attached to this branch of military duty, and every 
encouragement should be given it. I would recommend that 
the State allow extra tours of duty to the command now 
engaged in this work, to facilitate its perfection in artillery 
drill. 

This department is under obligations to Major La Rhett 
Livingston, U. S. A., commandant at Fort Warren, and to his 
officers, for the interest taken and kindness shown our troops, 
and for the opportunity given the First Regiment Infantry 
to visit the fort and receive instruction and practice at the 
guns. 

Quartermaster's Department. 

The legislature, by Resolves 26 and 40, 1885, appropriated 
$84,000 to be expended under direction of the Commander- 
in-Chief by the Quartermaster General, for the purchase of 
overcoats, trousers and other military clothing ; from this 
appropriation new overcoats of a very neat pattern, and more 
soldierly in appearance than the old and unserviceable army 
coats discarded, have been purchased and issued to the en- 
tire State force. The encampments and annual drills occur- 
ring so early in the season, it was found impossible to pro- 
cure suitable cloth or determine upon the style for Infantry 
trousers, consequently it was decided to make the old ones 
answer for the balance of the year, and issue new early in 
the coming year. New trousers were furnished to Artillery 
and Cavalry. The estimated cost of new overcoats was 
$55,000, which have been purchased for $46,053. Tents are 
in fair condition ; fifty new ones have been purchased during 
the year. Much repairing of camp equipage has been done 
by the regular employes at the State Arsenal. 

Continued improvement in the manner of the care for 
State property by officers accountable, is noticed, and losses, 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 7 

as compared with those of former years, diminished. Where 
losses are excessive, I have refused to certify to the Auditor 
the amounts allowed to commanders of companies for re- 
sponsibility for and care of State property, provided by 
chap. 45 of the Acts of 1884, until properly accounted for 
or satisfactorily explained, and until so adjusted no allow- 
ance under said act is placed to the credit of a delinquent 
officer. This act should be so amended as to enable this 
office to deduct the money value of unnecessary losses from 
the annual allowance, and to pay the balance to the officer 
entitled. 

The State property at the arsenal, under the careful super- 
vision of Superintendent Luke R. Landy, is in good condi- 
tion. Your Excellency's attention is invited to Table No. 
5 in Appendix, which shows in detail the property in charge 
of this department. Of the allowance for ordnance and 
ordnance stores placed to the credit of the State by the gen- 
eral government as its proportion of the annual appropria- 
tion, $1,100.60 has been expended for shot, shell, and rifle 
parts, the balance remaining credited to the State, including 
the apportionment for the year, is $9,150.24. 

A number of cities and towns have returned in part the 
property loaned at various times by the State ; but this office 
still carries on its account with such cities and towns con- 
siderable property which has not been accounted for, and 
which to my own knowledge cannot be found. Having no 
authority to discharge the same from the accounts of the 
office, I would recommend the collection of the money 
value of such property on the bonds given, or that legislative 
action be had, relieving them from the responsibility, and 
enabling me to drop the same. 

Rifle Practice. 

Much progress has been made in this important branch of 
the service, as will appear from the increase of the number 
of qualified marksmen during the past three years. The 
supervision of this work has been in the hands of that ener- 
getic and painstaking officer, Colonel Horace T. Rockwell, 
A. I. G., Inspector General of Rifle Practice, M. V. M., to 



8 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

whose full and complete report your Excellency is referred. 
In view of the increased and constantly increasing interest 
in rifle practice, I would respectfully recommend that an ad- 
ditional staff officer, as inspector of rifle practice, be allowed 
to each brigade and battalion staff, who shall attend solely 
to that duty. 

Armories. 

Attention has been given by this office to the matter of 
armories, which has resulted in improvement in some quar- 
ters for the accommodation of companies there located. 
The city of Boston is finishing a new armory for Company 
D, First Regiment ; the city of Newburyport, early in the 
year, provided its two companies of the Eighth Regiment 
with new and commodious armories ; the city of Worcester 
moved its three companies from the city building, — which 
was considered unsafe for military purposes, — into separate 
armories, which the officers of the commands report as suit- 
able ; the town of Gardner has furnished a 7iew armory for 
the company located in that town ; the city of Lynn has 
made provision for the platoon of Battery C, Artillery, 
located there ; Taunton one for Company F, First Regiment ; 
Stoneham for Company H, Sixth Regiment ; Newton a new 
and well arranged armory for Company C, Fifth Regiment. 
When more than one company is located in any city or town 
it is economy to bring them under one roof, together with 
airy battalion headquarters that may be there. 

The armories in Boston as a whole are not suitable for 
military purposes, although the city is paying large rents. 
A large saving can be made by erecting armories at each end 
of the city as locations for companies and the various head- 
quarters of commands ; this would be in the interest of 
economy, and furnish better accommodation. 

Company A of the Ninth Regiment has been located in a 
building on Portland Street, where its company and State 
property has suffered from the dust and smoke of manufact- 
ories in the building. New quarters have been provided in 
Bowdoin Square, into which the company will remove in 
January next. 



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Camp Ground. 

The condition of the State camp ground at South Framing- 
ham is now excellent ; the grass roots have been regained, 
and scarcely a bare spot can be seen. Grading has been 
continued during the year in places where most needed. 
Over the sanitary sinks, provided by the Surgeon General's 
department last year, there have been erected suitable, sub- 
stantial structures, obviating the annual expenditure for 
temporary coverings. The cook houses have been moved 
back on a designated line to afford more room for military 
evolutions. 

Adjutant General's Office. 

The amount of annual appropriation controlled by this 
office, which includes Militia, War Records (Army and 
Navy) and Soldiers' Messenger Corps, is $165,532.25, from 
which has been expended for — 

Militia, including salaries of Adjutant General Militia clerks 

and Q. M. employees, $142,698 99 

War Records and Claims and Clerks, 5,163 40 

Naval Records and Clerks, 1,237 10 

Soldiers 1 Messenger Corps and Superintendent, . . . 532 42 

$149,631 91 

The sum of $1,640.40 has been received from sales of con- 
demned property and turned over to the State Treasurer 
during the year. The balance accruing from such sales in 
the hands of the Treasurer, at the date of my last annual 
report, was $1,210.11. 

Received during the year, . $1,646 40 

Expended during the year, 1,198 03 

Balance in treasury, $1,658 48 

On receipt of property returns required by law and the 
verification of the same at ■ this office, the amounts due to 
cadet corps and company commanders, under chap. 45, 
Acts of 1884, will be made up to March 1, 1886, and certi- 
fied to the State Auditor for allowance. The creation of 
ambulance corps and the enlistment of a signal corps in the 



10 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Second Brigade has necessitated the uniforming and equip- 
ment of the same, which has been accomplished within the 
ordinary appropriation for the year. Under the head of 
extraordinary appropriations is the sum of $84,000 for over- 
coats, trousers and other military clothing. 

Expended for overcoats, with cost of inspection and packing, $46,058 00 
for trousers 2,781 20 

Leaving a balance, 35,165 80 

The above extraordinary appropriation should not be 
charged to the annual cost of the Militia, as the clothing 
will not require replacement for many years. 

In the Militia department of the office there are at present 
three clerks and a messenger, the chief clerk having charge 
of the correspondence and the general supervision of the 
office, one clerk in charge of property accounts and one in 
charge of pay rolls, enlistments and discharges, the messen- 
ger attending to the filing of letters and such duties as he 
may be called upon to perform. Nineteen hundred and 
ninety-four (1,994) letters and endorsements have been 
written during the year exclusive of routine papers. Thir- 
teen general and 118 special orders have been issued. 

"War Records and Claims. 

Work Performed, 

Letters written Adjutant General of the Army, Washington, 

D. C, in regard to service, 112 

Letters written Navy Department, Washington, in regard to 

service, 88 

Letters written Commissioner of Pensions, Washington, en- 
dorsed and returned, 459 

Letters written for general information, 381 

Endorsements to letters from Adjutant General of the Army in 
regard to dates of commissions of officers Massachusetts 
regiments, 71 

Certificates of service written for State aid, settlements, Sol- 
diers 1 and Sailors 1 Home, soldiers 1 liaense, and on account of 
discharge papers lost, 4,875 

Soldiers 1 and sailors 1 testimonials written, forwarded and de- 
livered in person, 525 

Pension and other blanks forwarded and delivered in person to 
applicants, . 1,247 



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Pension Claims. 

Whole number of record, 11,697; allowed, 9,325; re- 
jected, 1,907 ; amount collected from Dec. 1, 1884, to Dec. 
1, 1885, as computed at the Boston Pension Agency, 
$37,542.93 ; added to the amount previously collected, makes 
a total of $1,934,697.91. Number of claims allowed during 
the year, 33 ; rejected, 35. 



Claims Recorded during the Year. 



CHARACTER. 


Received. 


Allowed. 


Rejected. 


Unsettled. 


Original army invalid, , 






22 


3 


1 


18 


Original navy invalid, . 






3 


- 


- 


3 


Widow's pension, . 






17 


8 


2 


7 


Mother's pension, . 






5 


- 


- 


5 


Father's pension, . 






1 


- 


- 


1 


Increase army, 


^ 




66 


19 


27 


20 


Increase navy, 






5 


1 


2 


2 


Prize money (widow), . 






2 


- 


1 


1 


Minor children, 






2 


- 


- 


2 


Arrears of pay and bounty, 






2 


- 


1 


1 


Miscellaneous, 






8 


2 


1 


5 


Totals, . 


133 


33 


35 


65 


Unsettled claims of record, . 






. 


. . 




465 



The work of the year has been as follows : — Claims have 
been prepared, the claimant forwarding the same through 
members of Congress, and other ways unknown to the office, 
of which no record is made. 

Third instalment of prize money on account of the navy 
was paid within the last year to very many Massachusetts 
sailors, who had record of first and second instalments 
through this office, requiring letters to be written only. 



12 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

On each quarterly payment of pensions payable in the 
States of New York, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Maine, 
Illinois, and other States, this office has filled vouchers, 
sworn affidavits, and forwarded vouchers representing 
$10,570, which, added to the amount previously collected, 
makes a total of $1,945,267.91. 

The labor of the office duting the last year has been 
nearly doubled on account of examination of hospital and 
army records, the claimant in many cases referred to the 
war records of this office for information by the officers of 
the government at Washington, on account of the better 
information here obtained from its very perfect records. 

Artificial limbs and commutation for the same (becoming 
due every five years) : some thirty have this year been aided 
in procuring the dues for loss of arms, legs, etc., represent- 
ing two thousand dollars. 

War Records. 

Very many applications are made to this office for correc- 
tion of records in case of desertion, misspelled names, cor- 
rection of age, etc., etc. This cannot be done — the records 
of this office are duplicates of those in the office of the 
Adjutant General at Washington — the charge of desertion, 
or change of any kind, cannot be made without first receiv- 
ing word from the Adjutant General of the Army that the 
correction has been made at that office, and that information 
must be of an official nature to enable this office to change 
the record, and place the authority to do so on file for refer- 
ence at any future time. This office will do all in its power 
to perfect its records, but it must be done in a proper man- 
ner for lasting record. 

Naval records, of those who enlisted and went on board 
the United States receiving ship " Ohio " (only), are also on 
file, and certificates of service are furnished by giving date 
of enlistment, and names of ships served on. It is proper to 
state that the seaman must have entered on board the re- 
ceiving ship "Ohio" to be of record in this office, as 
credited to Massachusetts. 



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Naval Records. 

The compilation of the record of officers, sailors, and 
marines, is now nearly complete and its publication under 
consideration. 

The progress of the work has been somewhat delayed by 
the incompleteness and errors in the data on file in the office, 
causing much research and considerable correspondence. 

Corrections made as per last report, .... 1,921 
Corrections made during the year, .... 1,510 



Total corrections to complete final record, . . . 3,431 

For convenience in searching the records, an index has 
been commenced of the names recorded to the credit of the 
State for service in the navy during the rebellion, in which 
there has been entered in alphabetical order, six thousand 
two hundred and five (6,205) names as follows: Letter 
" A" five hundred forty-one (541), " B " two thousand one 
hundred and seventy-eight (2,178), " C" two thousand one 
hundred and twenty-five (2,125), " D " one thousand three 
hundred and sixty-one (1,361). 

Soldiers' Messenger Corps. 

The appropriation for the Messenger Corps remains the 
same as originally allowed, viz., $800. The force now con- 
sists of 18 men, whose posts are changed from time to time, 
the better to subserve their interests and enhance their earn- 
ings. They are required to report in person, weekly, the 
amount of receipts from their calling, which varies from two 
to eight or nine dollars per week. During the summer 
months the corps was supplied with straw hats, and in the 
fall with the red cloth cap peculiar to the force. 

Our citizens can confer no greater benefit to these disabled 
but willing men, than by giving them employment in their 
business, on errands, distribution of circulars, etc. Nearly 
one-half the members have lost an arm, and the rest are in- 
capacitated from manual labor by reason of wounds received 
in the performance of meritorious and patriotic service in the 



14 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

defence and support of the government. But few complaints 
have been made against members of this force during the 
year, for any cause, and those, when investigated, were 
shown to have been of little moment. 
There has been expended : — 

Frorn the appropriation of . §800 00 

For salary of Superintendent, $300 00 

Cleansing hats; cloth caps, .... 55 20 

Charity, 98 85 

Thanksgiving dinners, 57 00 

Incidentals, . 21 37 

532 42 

Unexpended, $267 58 

In concluding my report I desire to thank your Excel- 
lency for your considerate and unvarying kindness. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SAMUEL D ALTON, 

Adjutant General. 



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REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR'S DEPARTMENT. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Inspector General's Office, 
Boston, Nov. 30, 1885. 
To the Adjutant General: 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
duties performed by this department during the year. 

Armory inspections were commenced early in the year, every 
company and armory being visited, and very thorough inspections 
were had. Much attention was given to the manner of care for 
State propert}', armory accommodation, drill and guard duty. On 
completion of the inspection of companies of a battalion, confi- 
dential reports were forwarded to commanders, pointing out defects 
with a view to their correction. I desire here to make mention of 
the spirit with which criticisms were received, and endeavors at 
once commenced to improve upon suggestions, and in many cases 
with success. As a rule the inspections of guard duty in armories 
developed an improvement among the men in knowledge of that 
duty, but in too man} r instances lieutenants were found who had 
given but little attention to it. This should be improved upon, 
and captains should demand of their subalterns more study and 
adaptation. Drummers, as in general, know scarcely anj'thing of 
their duties as drummers of the guard. I am pleased to report a 
marked improvement in general duties by companies since previous 
armory inspections. Out of sixty-eight (68) company and cadet 
corps organizations seventeen (17) were found in excellent condi- 
tion, twenty-seven (27) in good, nineteen (19) in fair, two (2) in 
poor and three (3) in bad ; three of the latter have since been 
disbanded. 

A satisfactory exhibit of financial condition was made, forty- 
eight (48) companies having substantial amounts in treasury with 
all bills paid, sixteen (16) free from debt but with no funds, and 
but four (4) in debt. 



16 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Much improvement was found in the keeping of records and 
care of property. As required b}' law, an officer of this department 
was in attendance at all the annual drills and encampments/noting 
the duty performed and reporting thereon to this office. 

A majority of the commands performed excellent work at their 
annual drills, and are entitled to credit therefor and for their 
earnestness in the performance of the duty. A few organizations 
are not in commendable condition. Attention has been called to 
the inefficiency of such, and unless improvement is at once made 
severe measures will be recommended. The State should not be 
called upon to pay officers and men who are generally negligent 
and inefficient. 

Reports on all annual drills were transmitted to various com- 
manders with detailed statements of the work and manner of 
performance. 

It is with pleasure that I record that, in m} T opinion, the camps 
held b} T the Militia during the } T ear were the best that has been my 
good fortune to witness. Both officers and men seemed to strive 
to make the tours of duty successful, for which they are accorded 
full credit. Detailed reports on camp dut} r were also forwarded to 
commanders on the completion of the tours of duty. Good work 
was performed by the Signal Corps of each Brigade. The Ambu- 
lance Corps of the Second Brigade, although organized just pre- 
vious to the encampment, rendered excellent service, and I con- 
sider this corps a valuable acquisition to our Militia. The neat 
and soldierly appearance and bearing of the Signal and Ambulance 
Corps is worthy of commendation, which I fully accord. The 
improved condition of the cavalry battalion at annual drill and at 
camp was noticeable. 

The 3*ear's performance of duty b} r the Militia, as a whole, shows 
improvement, with continued increase of interest. I refer with 
pleasure to the subjoined report by Col. A. C. M. Pennington, U. 
S. A., under detail from the War Department, on the encampments 
of our Militia. 

It has been m}- pleasure to be associated with this intelligent 
and gentlemanly officer in the tours of camp inspections, and from 
him I have received valuable advice. 

The following tables will show the aggregate attendance at 
annual drills and encampments, exclusive of bands, during the 
year, as appears by morning reports : — 



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Annual Drills. 



Organizations. 


1883. 


1884. 


1885. 


First Brigade, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Second Brigade, • 










- 


- 


- 


First Regiment Infantry, 










513 


594 


529 


Second " 










317 


378 


373 


Fifth 










337 


363 


394 


Sixth 










497 


514 


450 


Eighth " 










454 


462 


451 


Ninth 










313 


412 


438 


First Corps Cadets, 










97 


106 


126 


Second Corps Cadets, . 










73 


86 


97 


First Battalion Cavalry, 










153 


138 


151 


First Battalion Artillery, 










106 


128 


126 


Company F, Cavalry, . 










71 


75 


78 


Battery B, Artillery, 










60 


61 


83 


Totals, 










2,991 


3,317 


3,296 



Camp Duty. 



Organizations. 


1883. 


1884. 


1885. 


First Brigade, .... 


10 


21 


10 


Second Brigade, . 








17 


17 


14 


First Regiment Infantry, 








583 


629 


612 


Second " 








278 


376 


403 


Fifth 








381 


420 


375 


Sixth 








560 


569 


570 


Eighth " 








473 


538 


528 


Ninth 








344 


450 


439 


First Corps Cadets, 








95 


123 


129 


Second Corps Cadets, . 








85 


99 


119 


First Battalion Cavalry, 








144 


143 


137 


First Battalion Artillery, 








159 


157 


144 


Company F, Cavalry, . 








72 


69 


77 


Battery B, Artillery, 








64 


70 


67 


Signal Corps First Brigade, . 








- 




25 


Signal Corps Second Brigade, 








- 


- 


16 


Ambulance Corps Second Brigade, 






- 




14 


Totals, .... 








3,265 


3,681 


3,679 



The following table shows the percentage of attendance at 
annual drills and camps, based on the number of officers and men 
on rolls at the time : — 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 





Percentage 


Percentage 


Average Per- 


Organizations. 


of Attendance 


of Attendance 


centage Drills 




Annual Drill. 


at Camp. 


and Camp. 


First Regiment Infantry, . 


72 


82 


77 


Second " " 




80 


82 


81 


Fifth 




86 


78 


82 


Sixth 




64 


82 


73 


Eighth 




62 


75 


681 


Ninth 




90 


89 


89i 


First Corps Cadets, . 




64 


69 


661 


Second Corps Cadets, 




73 


92 


821 


First Battalion Artillery, j gutter 1 c' 


66 I 

73 S 


75 


711 


Battery B, Artillery, .... 


74 


82 


78 


First Battalion Cavalry, 


86 


87 


86i 


Company F, Cavalry, 


95 


94 


94| 


Signal Corps First Brigade, 


- 


96 


- 


Signal Corps Second Brigade, . 


- 


62 


- 


Ambulance Corps Second Brigade, . 


— 


90 


— 



It will be seen bj' the foregoing table that the percentage in a 
majority of the commands was excellent, and in excess of previous 
years ; the small percentage of the other commands reduces the 
aggregate average of attendance of the Militia. 

In the battalions showing the smallest attendance, it is due to a 
few companies in each, the others being entitled to credit for good 
attendance. I am satisfied that these few companies are the cause 
of the reduction in aggregates. In commands with the smallest, 
companies were noticed parading with twenty and twenty-five men, 
each of which had nearly a full enlistment. One company had 
nineteen men only at annual drill, out of a large enrolment, — a 
condition which evidenced a laxity and negligence, and which, if 
not improved upon, should be remedied by the substitution of new 
companies in the place of such, that they may not be allowed to 
continue as a drag upon the organizations to which they are 
attached. This is the second }*ear in succession that the Ninth 
Regiment has shown the largest attendance. 

At the request of His Excellenc}' the Governor, Batter}- ■' B," 
Fourth Artillery, U. S. A., Captain John Egan, commanding, was 
permitted to encamp with the First Brigade, M. V. M. This com- 
mand, after a complimentaiy review and salute to Governor Rob- 
inson in Boston, en route, arrived at the State Camp Ground, South 
Framingham, on the evening of June 6, and remained during the 
period of the encampment, rendering the State valuable service by 
its example and instruction, its soldierly bearing and perfect disci- 



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pline ; this being the first instance in which troops of the regular 
army have acted in concert with the Militia of this State since the 
late Civil War. 

The report of Captain Egan to the Adjutant General of the 
Army is printed herewith. 

I tender my thanks to nry assistants, Colonels Rockwell and 
Currier, for their valuable assistance. These gentlemen have 
given much time to their duties, for which pay is allowed only for 
attendance at annual drills and encampments. I think the}' should 
receive pay for duties in the inspection of armories, they being 
obliged to travel over the State. To Major John W. Sanger, 
Assistant Inspector General, First Brigade, this department is 
indebted for gratuitous services. 

Recommendations. 

That armory inspections be continued, and that Assistant 
Inspectors of Brigade be regularly detailed to act with this depart- 
ment in that duty. 

That captains of companies require enlisted men to keep brasses 
habitually clean, whether on drill, in armor}', or on regular State 
duty. Companies were found scrupulously clean at armory in- 
spections that were noticed with unclean brasses at annual drills 
and encampments. 

That company officers make themselves familiar with guard 
duty, to enable them to impart instruction to enlisted men. 

That special effort be made to inculcate military courtesy and 
discipline in the armories, improvement in this regard being neces- 
sary in commands where it is now neglected. 

That company drummers be required to attend all drills, and 
familiarize themselves with their duties. 

That the number of companies in regiments of infantry be 
equalized by adding more companies to the Militia or reducing 
regiments to ten companies each. 

That a strict system of passes at camps be instituted. I am 
satisfied that when free admissions are allowed it induces the 
presence of camp-followers and tramps, who commit depredations 
and cause annoyance in the town proper, which are laid to the 
Militia. Many losses of parts of uniforms ma}' also be traced to 
the class of people referred to. 



Respectfully submitted, 



Samuel Dajlton, 

Inspector General. 



20 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



New London, Conn.. July 27, 1SS5. 

The Adjutant General U. S. Army. Washington, D. C. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that, in compliance with para- 
graph 7, Special Orders. No. 99, Headquarters of the Army, dated 
May 1. 1885. I proceeded to Boston, Mass.. on the 8th of June, 
reporting my arrival to the adjutant general of the State, and was 
by him presented to the governor. On the morning of the 9th I 
accompanied General Dalton. the adjutant general, to the camp at 
South Framingham, where quarters, horse and servant were 
assigned me. I had an opportunity of seeing many of the com- 
panies of the 1st and 6th Regiments taking the trains at the differ- 
ent stations on the line of the road, and was much impressed with 
their orderly conduct and the freedom from confusion which char- 
acterized their movements. 

The 2d Regiment, several companies of the 1st Regiment. Light 
Battery B, of Worcester, and troop F. Cavalry, had arrived in 
camp on Monday evening, the 8th instant. The balance of the 
1st Regiment and the 6th Regiment arrived in camp by 12 o'clock, 
noon. The camp was pitched prior to the arrival of any of the 
commands by the firm of tent-makers in Boston, and was taken 
down by the same at the termination of the encampment, the old 
plan of having the tents pitched by details from the regiments hav- 
inc been abandoned, as it was found to entail greater expense, and 
tents were subject to greater wear and tear. 

The command in camp (1st Brigade Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia) consisted of 1st Regiment. Colonel A. C. Wellington : 2d 
Regiment. Colonel B. F. Bridges : 6th Regiment. Colonel H. G. 
Greene ; Troop F. Captain S. H. Fletcher; Light Battery B. Cap- 
tain F. W. Wellington. Brigadier General Nat Wales commanded 
the brigade. 

The following table exhibits the strength of the several organ- 
izations on the fourth day of the encampment. June 12th : — 



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TROOPS. 



Brigadier general and staff, . 

2d Regiment 

1st Regiment, .... 

6th Regiment 

Artillery, .... 

Cavalry, 

Signal corps, .... 
Total, .... 



Present. 



140 



=3 



10 


- 


30 


365 


47 


563 


43 


509 


5 


60 


4 


73 


1 


24 



1,594 



Absent. 



S 



97 

134 

121 

17 

5 

1 



375 



Total Present 
and Absent. 



90 




c 




4> 






a 

0) 


o 


3 



10 
32 

47 
45 

5 

4 
1 



144 



462 

697 

630 

77 

78 

25 



1,969 



Percentage of enlisted men absent, 
Percentage of enlisted men absent last year, 



19. 
23 4. 



The above table excludes the bands, of which there were five in 
camp, numbering each twenty-four musicians. 

The percentage of enlisted men absent in 1883 was 26. 6. There 
has been a gradual increase in attendance each year that it has been 
my privilege to visit these camps. 

The camp ground remains generally as reported upon by me 
last year, the only addition being the replacing of the canvas- 
inclosed sinks with neat wooden structures with cemented floors and 
vaults, and arranged so that fresh earth can be thrown in. 

The police of the camp was thorough in every respect, and the 
arrangements for perfect sanitary condition of the encampment 
were excellent. The medical director and adjutant general made 
frequent daily inspections, and all were held to a strict compliance 
with orders regulating the police of the camp. 

Catering for the several commands was done this year, as here- 
tofore, b}' parties to whom the privilege was let, the amount received 
by the men from the State being placed in a common fund for that 
purpose. The fare was such as the men were accustomed to at 
home, and no attempt has been made, as in some States, to limit 
them to the Army ration. 

The camp and garrison equipage is in good, serviceable condi- 
tion, there being almost enough wall-tents in possession of the 
State to encamp one brigade. No canteens or haversacks have 
been supplied, none being on hand for issue. I was informed that 
they would be purchased this fall. I regard it as important that 



22 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

they should be procured and issued, as they would be indispensable 
in case the troops were called out for service. 

The uniforms are in good order and were adapted for active 
service. It is very much like that of the Regular Service ; the 
dress coats, however, being double breasted instead of single. The 
men wear a neat light leather legging. These uniforms have all 
been described in my reports of the past two 3 x ears, and no changes 
have been made since last year except that a new light blue over- 
coat, double breasted, with ample skirts and capes has been sup- 
plied. The capes are lined with material of the color distinctive 
of the several arms of service. The material of which the coats 
are made is of excellent quality. 

Military courtesy was very poorly observed the first day, so much 
so that it was the exception to get a salute from the enlisted men ; 
but there was a marked improvement the next day, and this 
improvement continued till the end of the encampment. 

Guard dut}* was much better performed this 3'ear, the effect of 
armory instruction being apparent. Sentinels walked their posts 
in a less constrained and automatic manner. Salutes to officers 
crossing sentinels' posts were much better rendered, but many 
showed an ignorance in determining the rank of officers by their 
insignia. Challenging and receiving persons approaching their 
posts were, as a rule, properly performed. I would again urge the 
necessity of giving a great deal of attention to guard duty at home 
stations in the armories, as so few of each regiment get a tour of 
guard duty in camp. The officers should thoroughly inform them- 
selves on the duties of guards and sentinels, and by posting sen- 
tinels in their armories give them detailed instruction as to their 
duties in every emergency likely to arise and b}' frequent question- 
ing assure themselves that they understand these duties. There is 
much to be learned before the men can be regarded as perfect in 
guard duty, but I can see a gradual improvement over that of 
previous camps. 

Target practice received no attention in the camp of this brigade, 
except that the officers of one of the regiments were permitted to 
practice at their own request. There is a fine two-hundred-yard 
range, with twelve iron targets, near the camp ; but, inasmuch as 
the companies have ample opportunities for practice at home sta- 
tions (the law requiring the towns where companies are located to 
provide a suitable range) , it was not regarded as important that 
time should be taken from other duties for this purpose. Target 
practice receives considerable attention in the Militia of this State, 
as is attested by the large number of marksmen's and other badges 
worn by members of the commands. A State " inspector of rifle 



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practice" has charge of this branch of military instruction, and 
teams from the various commands assemble at certain times and 
places designated in orders for practice and competition. 

The following statement shows the condition of the Militia of the 
State as regards target practice last year, and is taken from the 
report of the inspector of rifle practice : — 



Number of qualifications, 1st class, . 
Number of qualifications, 2d class, 
Number of qualifications, 3d class, 
Aggregate issue of badges, all classes, 
Requalifications in same class, . 
Actual number of men qualified, aggregate, 
Remaining in service end of year, 
Companies performing armory practice, 
Companies performing field practice, . 
Companies entering teams, State match. 



36 

184 

268 

1,27:5 

156 

1,039 

795 

66 

64 

54 



The average of the whole fifty-four teams being 2.68 points per 
shot. 

The infantry is armed with Springfield rifled muskets, calibre .45, 
and arms are in good, serviceable condition. 

The personnel of all the commands is excellent. The officers are 
zealous and seem to be desirous of bringing the Militia of the State 
up to a high standard. The officers are elected, but do not receive 
their commissions until they have passed an examination as to 
their qualifications by a board consisting of the two brigade com- 
manders and the judge advocate general. These examinations are 
thorough, and result, as a rule, in securing good officers. I have 
met most of the officers personalty, and have been much impressed 
with their earnestness and military bearing. 

The men are all young, and I do not think the average age 
would exceed twenty-five. 

• The discipline of the camp was excellent in ever}' respect, and 
the men willing and obedient. Lights were promptly extinguished 
at the signal, and perfect quiet existed throughout the night. Roll- 
calls were properly attended ; an officer of each company being 
present to receive, report, and superintend them. More steadiness 
in ranks and uniformity in dress would add to the militar} 7 appear- 
ance of the companies at roll-calls. The regiments of infantry and 
the light battery and cavalry each had guard mounting daily to 
furnish their own camp guards. Brigade guard mounting took 
place later, the whole detail coming from each regiment in turn. 

The brigade guard mounting the first day was badty performed, 
and the same may be said of each of the regimental guard mount- 



24 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

ings ; but there was a decided improvement in all the next day, and 
the subsequent ceremonies presented few mistakes. The men, as 
a rule, were steady, though occasionally some man would break 
the military appearance of the line by raising his hand or turning 
his head. I was informed that about one-fourth of the enlisted men 
of the whole command were recruits, and it could hardly be ex- 
pected that perfect steadiness would obtain in the earl}' ceremonies 
of the camp. 

An hour and a half in the morning and again in the afternoon 
was devoted to drilling in each of the commands. The battalion 
drills and manual of arms, even on the first da}', were remarkable 
for their precision. The 1st and 2d Regiments were particularly 
well up in their drill. The 6th Regiment labored under the disad- 
vantage of coming to camp with nine new captains, and a corre- 
sponding number of subalterns and non-commissioned officers. 
This regiment, while equal to the others in its personnel, has not 
kept pace with the others in drill. 

Skirmish drill was practised to some extent, but should receive 
more attention. 

The light battery (B, of Worcester) was very well drilled ; re- 
markably so, in fact, considering its opportunities. It is only 
horsed twice a year, and it deserves great credit for what it has 
accomplished. Its horses were not as good this year as last, I 
think. The State batteries should, I think, be supplied with the 
various kinds of fuzes, projectiles, etc., for the instruction of offi- 
cers and men. 

The cavalry (Troop F) impressed me favorably in every respect ; 
it was well mounted and the men are good riders. This command 
is located in the country and has seven armories, in as many towns. 
It is exceedingly well drilled in the school of the company, and in 
skirmishing, both mounted and dismounted. It is armed with 
sabres and carbines. 

The bands attached to these organizations are very military and 
soldierly, and when consolidated for brigade dress parades, all uni- 
formed in scarlet, they present a very fine appearance. 

A brigade dress parade was held every evening except the first, 
the brigade being formed in line of masses. These parades were 
as perfect as could be desired, and the steadiness of the men could 
not be excelled. I took occasion to ride in rear of the line at 
every one of these parades, and I did not see a movement on the 
part of any man in the line. Dress parades in each regiment fol- 
lowed brigade dress parade. The ceremonies were excellently 
carried out, and the manual of arms was remarkably well executed. 

Setting up drill took place in the 1st Regiment immediately after 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 25 

reveille ; a practice that could be followed with benefit by all the 
organizations. 

Formations for all ceremonies were very promptly made. The 
companies marched simultaneously from their company streets, 
with the music of the bands, and regimental line was formed gen- 
erall} T in about a minute and a quarter. 

Portions of the 1st Regiment received instruction in heavy artil- 
lery at the battery, which contains two 10-inch Rodman guns and 
some mortars, but no practice firing was had. This regiment has 
been designated for instruction in heavy artillery, and all are very 
much interested in perfecting themselves in that very necessary 
branch of military duty. 

On the 13th of last September the annual drill of the regiment 
occurred at Fort Warren, permission having been granted them for 
this purpose. Twelve companies of the regiment were drilled at 
the heavy guns and nine' engaged in firing at floating target in the 
harbor. The colonel of the regiment is desirous of giving his regi- 
ment every possible opportunity for acquiring a knowledge of artil- 
lery, and I would recommend that every facility be accorded him. 

The signal corps, which has been added to the brigade, was out 
constantly on drill, and manifested considerable efrjcienc}\ A 
meteorological record was kept daily by this corps. 

A neat brigade hospital was established at brigade headquarters, 
and was supplied with all necessary instruments and medicines. 

A sham fight took place on the 11th, in which all the organiza- 
tions took part. Extended movements being precluded on account 
of the cultivated condition of the country, the plan of the engage- 
ment took the form of an attack upon the camp, the 1st and 6th 
Regiments of Infantry, a platoon of Troop F, Cavalry, and Battery 
B, 4th U. S. Artillery, forming the attacking party, and the 2d 
Regiment, with the remaining platoon of cavalry and Battery B, 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, composing the defence of the 
camp. The movements of troops were confined to the roads until 
the woods in rear of the camp were reached, when skirmishers 
were deployed and the attack upon the main body of the defence 
began. These diversions from the monotony of drill and camp 
duties are enjo3 T ed b}' the men, and are, moreover, instructive in 
many particulars. 

The governor visited the camp on the 12th, being escorted from 
the station by the cavalry, and was accorded the usual salute on his 
arrival. In the afternoon a review by the governor of the brigade 
took place, and was the best review I have seen the brigade make. 
The steadiness of the men during the passage of the governor 
around the command was all that could be desired. The regiments 



26 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

passed in excellent form, salutes being well rendered, and the 
ranks, as a rule, well closed. The cavalry and light battery also 
made an excellent appearance. 

Light Batter}' B, 4th U. S. Artillery, was present in camp and 
took part in all brigade ceremonies. Major Merrill, commanding 
the artillery battalion of the 2d Brigade, was ordered to the camp 
with his officers and non-commissioned officers to observe the meth- 
ods of instruction and routine of duty in the Regular battery. 
Captain Egan, commanding Battery B, 4th U. S. Artillery, ren- 
dered them every facility, explaining in detail ever}' movement to 
them at drill, and delivering a lecture on the use of fuzes and 
material generall}'. The presence of the battery in the camp was, 
I think, conducive of good results. 

In order to practice the troops in embarking and disembarking, 
the brigade took special trains on the 13th at South Framingham 
for Boston, where it was formed and passed in review before the 
governor at the State house. On the completion of the march in 
the cit}- it held a brigade dress parade on the Common, after which 
the companies repaired to their respective armories. 

During my stay in the camp I was associated with General Sam- 
uel Dal ton, adjutant general of the State. To him I am indebted 
for man\ 7 courtesies, official and personal. To General Wales and 
his staff I desire to express my appreciation of their many acts of 
kindness. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

A. C. M. Pennington, 
Bvt. Col , U. S. Army, Maj., 4th Artillery. 



New London, Conn., July 31, 1885. 

The Adjutant General U. S. Army, Washington, D. C. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that, in compliance with para- 
graph 7, Special Orders, No. 99, War Department, dated May 1, 
1885, I proceeded to Boston, Mass., on the 13th instant, and in 
compan} r with the adjutant general of the State reached the camp 
of the 1st Corps of Cadets, at Hingham, Mass., on the 14th, where 
quarters, &c, were furnished me. I remained in camp until the 
morning the command broke camp. 

The camp was arranged as on the previous year, being essen- 
tially as required by tactics. The tents were nearly all new, and 
being sustained by side-bars, all neatly painted of uniform color, 
presented a very neat and military appearance. In fact I have 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 27 

never seen a prettier camp, it being a model one in even* respect. 
The police of the camp could not have been improved upon. The 
command was depleted daily as skirmishers for police purposes, 
and resulted in securing perfect cleanliness. The camp was in- 
spected every morning during the drill hour by the commanding 
officer and the surgeon ; at this time all tents were required to be in 
order, knapsacks packed, with overcoats neatly rolled, and every- 
thing in its appointed place. 

The furniture of each tent is limited to four camp stools, a gun- 
rack occupying the rear of the tent. Mattresses are removed every 
morning to a tent provided for each company, and immediately 
after tattoo roll-call the companies are again marched to the tent to 
procure them. 

Roll-calls were properly attended, the rolls being called by the 
1st sergeants from memory. An officer of each compan}* attended 
to supervise the roll-call and receive reports of 1st sergeants, the 
officer reporting the same to the adjutant. 

Guard duty was strictly performed. I visited the guard nightly 
on the grand rounds, in company with the commanding officer, and 
had an opportunity of questioning the sentinels and the guard when 
formed for the purpose at the guard tents. I found them all, as a 
rule, remarkably well instructed ; better, I think, than any year 
that I have visited them. Pamphlets on guard duty are supplied, 
and instruction from them is given at the guard tents. Sentinels 
walked their posts with soldierly bearing. Military courtesy could 
not have been more rigidly observed, and the discipline of the com- 
mand was as perfect as could be desired. The improvement in dis- 
cipline over that of last year was observable. 

Arms and accoutrements were in excellent condition. The uni- 
form has been described in my reports on the camps of this com- 
mand in the past two years, The undress uniform is well adapted 
for field service. The dress uniform being more easily soiled, the 
coats being of white cloth, is not adapted for it. 

The cartridge-boxes and belts are of an old pattern, boing the 
same as were worn by the corps for many years and now retained 
on account of association. Haversacks and canteens are issued to 
the members of this command. The personnel of this command is 
made up of the young business men of Boston and its vicinity. 

Guard mounting took place every morning ; more men than were 
required for the guard being paraded as a matter of instruction. 

Dress parade took place every evening. These ceremonies were 
admirably carried out in every respect, no mistakes being made and 
the men standing with perfect steadiness. Company and skirmish 
drills occupied the morning drill hour and battalion drill (the com- 



28 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



mand being divided into six companies) took place in the after- 
noon. These drills were all well conducted, and showed a thor- 
ough knowledge of their duties on the part of officers and guides. 

Signalling with flags was also taught to certain men each morn- 
ing. Target practice, owing to a possibility of accident to persons 
beyond the target range, was not indulged in. Bathing facilities 
remain as they were last year, a large building being provided with 
water from the town mains, led into by iron pipes, and these hav- 
ing a large number of faucets to supply the wooden tubs. This 
arrangement could not be improved upon. A meteorological record 
was kept daily by the medical department. Messing, as hereto- 
fore, was done by a caterer. 

The following table represents the strength of the command on 
the 17th of July: — 



TROOPS. 



Field and staff, 
Company A, . 
Company B, . 
Company C, . 
Company D, . 
Total, 



Present. 



a 



14 



4 
34 

22 
24 
31 



115 



Absent. 



S 



15 
5 
8 

14 



42 



Total Present 
and Absent. 



m 




L 




<k 




n 


a 


O 


a 



15 



4 
49 
27 
32 
45 



157 



Percentage of enlisted men absent, 



26. 



The above table is exclusive of the band of twenty-four musi- 
cians. 

The governor of the State visited the camp Friday, the 17th of 
July, reviewing the command, which made an excellent passage. 
The whole ceremony was as perfectly carried out as the most criti- 
cal could desire, and included that of escorting the colors. In this 
latter ceremony there was a departure from tactics at its conclu- 
sion, which was made intentionally, and not through error. 

In closing my report I desire to extend my thanks to Lieutenant 
Colonel Thomas F. Edmands, commanding the corps, and his offi- 
cers, for their man} 7 courtesies during my pleasant visits to their 
camps. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

A. C. M. Pennington, 
Bvt. Col, U. S. Army, Maj., 4th Artillery. 



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New London, Conn., August 4, 1885. 

The Adjutant General U. S. Arm y , Washington, D. C. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that, in compliance with para- 
graph 7, Special Orders, No. 99, War Department, Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Office, current series, I proceeded to Boston, Mass., on the 
20th of Jul}*, and on the morning of the 21st accompanied General 
Dalton, the adjutant general of the State, to the camp of the 2d 
Brigade Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, at South Framingham, 
Mass. 

The troops in camp were as follows : 5th Regiment of Infantry, 
Colonel W. A. Bancroft ; 8th Regiment of Infantry, Colonel C. L. 
A} r ers ; 9th Regiment of Infantry, Colonel William M. Strachan ; 
1st Battalion of Artillery, Major G. S. Merrill ; 1st Battalion of 
Cavalry, Major H. G. Kemp ; and a signal and ambulance corps ; 
the brigade being commanded by Brigadier General Benjamin F. 
Peach. 

The following table represents the strength of the brigade on 
the 24th of July : — 



TROOPS. 



Brigadier-general and staff, 
oth Infantry, . 

8th Infantry 

9th Infantry 

1st Battalion Artillery, 
1st Battalion Cavalry, . 

Signal corps 

Ambulance corps, 



Present. 



9 

31 

43 

32 

14 

13 

1 

1 

144 



3 



5 
344 
485 
407 
130 
123 
15 
13 



1,522 



AB8ENT. 



1 

108 

170 

54 

35 

23 

9 



400 



Total Present 
and Absent. 



10 
33 
47 
34 
14 
13 
1 
1 



3 



6 
452 
655 
461 
165 
146 
24 
13 



153 1,922 



Percentage of enlisted men absent, 



21. 



Each organization had a band of twenty-four musicians, not 
enumerated in above table. 

There was a total increase of forty-nine enlisted men in this bri- 
gade over last year, and the precentage of absentees is less, that of 
last year being about twenty-three per cent. There has been a 
gradual increase in attendance each year in the past three years, 



30 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and I think the tendency on the part of employers to withhold per- 
mission from their men to attend camp is lessening. There is, too, 
a sign of greater interest on the part of the people of the State in 
the Militia. The idea of parading each brigade in Boston after 
breaking up camp is a good one, I think, as it gives the merchants 
and others interested in the protection of their property an oppor- 
tunity of seeing the troops upon which they must depend in case 
of domestic trouble, and will, I have no doubt, awake renewed in- 
terest in their behalf. 

I had the opportunity of seeing the 9th and 5th Regiments 
march to the station in Boston and take the special train provided 
for them. They made a very fine appearance, and embarked with 
the precision and want of confusion that would have done credit to 
veteran troops. 

The 8th Regiment arrived at South Framingham station a little 
in advance of the 5th and 9th, and was formed in line preparatory 
to marching to camp as I arrived. With its four hundred and eighty- 
five enlisted strength it made an imposing appearance. These 
regiments reached camp within a few minutes of each other, all hav- 
ing: arrived bv 11.30 a.m. Thev were formed as thev arrived on the 
regimental parades, and the companies were dismissed to their com- 
pany streets. The cavalry and artillery had arrived the day before, 
having marched from their home stations. At 12 o'clock the gar- 
rison flag was run up, and a salute from a battery of field artillery 
formally opened the camp. Brigade guard mounting took place at 
2 o'clock in the afternoon. The ceremony was the best I have 
seen on a first day. The guard consisted of two lieutenants, two 
sergeants, six corporals, one musician, and forty-five men. This 
detail was mounted each day during the continuance of the en- 
campment, each regiment in turn furnishing the whole detail. The 
brigade guard mountings were more free from errors than at any of 
my visits heretofore. The men stood with more steadiness, as a 
rule. There was an evidence of armory instruction, especially in 
the 9th and 5th. 

Regimental guard mountings preceded brigade guard mountings 
daily, and were exceedingly well conducted. The wheeling into 
platoons and passing in review on each occasion that I observed 
them were very creditable. Brigade dress parade was omitted the 
first day on account of rain, but later in the day each regiment had 
a dress parade. In fact, each regiment held dress parade daily 
immediately after the brigade dress parade. I was present at all 
the brigade ceremonies and most of the regimental dress parades. 
They were all perfectly conducted, the men standing with a steadi- 
ness that would do credit to more experienced troops. This was 



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notably the case in the 9th and 5th. I observed, at times, men in 
the 8th raising their hands in ranks. 

It took the brigade band about ten minutes to play along the 
front, and, as a rule, the steadiness was perfect. The manual of 
arms was remarkably fine throughout the encampment. 

Battalion drills took place every morning and afternoon, the 
movements performed embracing all those enumerated in the tac- 
tics, and executed even on the first day with a precision that was 
astonishing, when we remember that the companies composing 
these regiments come together but twice a year for battalion drill. 
They are distributed in about sixty armories throughout the State. 

The skirmish drill, by sound of bugle only, in the 9th and 5th, 
calls for especial remark, the men responding to all calls promptly 
and executing every movement in a manner that could hardly be 
excelled. 

Target practice received considerable attention, each company, 
including the cavalry, having a turn at the butts. Prizes offered 
by the brigade commander and members of his staff were awarded 
to successful competitors. 

The police of the camp was perfect ; the 8th Regiment policed 
by details made for the purpose, and the 9th and 5th by the entire 
commands being turned out. The cavalry and artillery also made 
details for policing. The whole camp was remarkable for its 
cleanliness ; it was a rare thing to see even a scrap of paper any- 
where on the grounds. The sanitary arrangements of the camp 
were perfectly attended to. Frequent inspections by the medical 
director and adjutant general of the State were made dail}\ The 
stables were kept in a fine condition, especially those of the cavalry. 
Military courtesy was exceedingly well observed even on the first 
day (the brigade has improved very much in this regard over last 
year). Roll-calls in the infant^ were well attended and more 
steadiness observed than last year. The 9th and 5th were more 
uniform in dress than the companies of the 8th. The appearance 
of companies being so much better when all the men appear in same 
dress, it should be insisted upon that all appear dressed alike. In 
the 8th Regiment I noticed some men wearing their dress helmets 
at tattoo roll-call. 

The roll-calls in the batteries were very poorly conducted, the 
men indulging in whispered conversation, answering in some in- 
stances for absent comrades, looking about, and in one battery at 
a tattoo roll-call I attended paid no attention to repeated admoni- 
tions from the captain of the battery. Roll-calls can be taken as" a 
fair indication of the discipline of a command. The cavalry roll- 



32 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

calls were an improvement over those of the artillery, but were not 
as well conducted as those of the 9th and 5th Regiments. 

The general discipline of the camp was good. The men were 
all willing and obedient, and very few found their way to the guard- 
house. The camp at night was remarkably quiet, lights being 
promptly extinguished at the signal. 

The two light batteries composing the battalion of artillery were 
not on drill during the morning and afternoon drill-hours. For the 
first two days the} 7 were drilled by sections and in school of the 
battery, but later were united under the command of Major Merrill, 
commanding the battalion. Militia batteries of light artillery labor 
under many disadvantages, having to hire their horses, and conse- 
quent^- seldom have the same mount ; they are only horsed twice 
a year, and the five days in camp are hardly sufficient to give them 
more than preliminary instruction in the duties of that important 
branch of the military service. Comparing these two batteries, how- 
ever, by the standard of the one in the 1st Brigade, they are not as 
well advanced in drill as they should be. There was a want of 
promptitude in turning out for drill observable also. The harness 
and carriages seemed to be in good condition, but the soiled ap- 
pearance of the blankets detracted from the neatness of the equip- 
ments. It would, I think, be in the interest of efficiency to reduce 
the number of batteries in this brigade to one, as in the other 
brigade. 

The cavalry battalion made an excellent showing. Its appear- 
ance was such as to deserve especial commendation. The men 
were well mounted and well drilled. Its drill included the school 
of the company and battalion, skirmish drill mounted and dis- 
mounted, with the firings. I had occasion to see them under every 
condition of service in camp, and was very much impressed with 
their zeal and soldierly appearance. The personnel was improved 
by the discharge of some of the older members of the organiza- 
tion, the ranks being now filled with more youthful material. 

The signal corps, composed of students from the Institute of 
Technology, and the ambulance corps, of young medical students, 
were out on drill morning and afternoon. 

The ambulance corps was organized about ten days before 
camp. It is an important adjunct to the brigade, and its useful- 
ness was made apparent throughout the encampment. A num- 
ber of the men were prostrated by the intense heat which prevailed, 
and were promptly removed to the hospital by the members of this 
corps, who were supplied with stretchers, carried in sections. 

The signal corps was drilled in flagging, and at night signalling 
with torches and the electric light took place. For the latter the 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 33 

Trouve battery was used, a small incandescent light being at- 
tached at the side of the jar, which was placed between the feet, 
and another on the end of a light rod and connected with the bat- 
ter}' by light flexible wires. The light was sufficientl}' intense lo 
be seen distinctly for at least a mile. In case of necessity arising 
for night signalling from roofs of houses in cities, it appears to me 
that this method would be preferable to the ordinary torch signal- 
ling, as there is always danger of fire from the leakage of the 
illuminating fluid. 

Guard duty at brigade headquarters w r as well performed. Sen- 
tinels walked their posts in a military manner, though man}' did 
not carry their arms as prescribed by Regulations, some walking 
with their arms at a cany, and one entire guard persisted in the 
old automatic system of halting simultaneously, changing the posi- 
tion of their arms, facing about, and stepping off together. This 
is forbidden bj r the regulations of the State, but has taken such 
root that it seems hard to eradicate. Sentinels challenged promptly 
and peremptorily, as a rule, and were fairly well instructed. 
Armoiy instruction in this important duty will do much toward 
bringing these commands up to a proper state of instruction. The 
time in camp is too short to give all the members a proper experi- 
ence to entail thoroughness. 

The arms and accoutrements in hands of the troops are in good 
serviceable condition. The uniform same as heretofore. The new 
overcoats have been issued to this brigade also. I noticed in both 
brigades a disposition to pay more attention to cleanliness of 
brasses; but this should be more universal, and insisted upon as 
an important part of the soldier's duty. With clean brasses and 
well-fitted clothing the appearance of these regiments would be all 
that the most critical could desire. 

Two captains in the brigade deserve especial commendation for 
their efforts which resulted in bringing to camp their companies so 
full as to numbers, Captain James J. Barry, Company C, 9th Regi- 
ment, having every man and officer present, sixt} T -two in all ; and 
Captain Houghton, Company C, oth Regiment, having forty-nine 
men out of fifty-seven. 

The promptness in forming line for the various ceremonies on 
the part of the regiment, &c, of both brigades merits praise. 
Brigade formation in line of masses occupied about six and a half 
minutes, the several organizations marching simultaneously from 
their company streets with the music of the mammoth band of one 
hundred and twent}' pieces, regimental line being formed first, and 
then each being closed in mass. I do not think any troops could 
excel the celerity and precision shown in these formations. 



34 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

On Friday, the 24th of July, the governor of the State visited 
the encampment, being escorted from the station at South Framing- 
ham by the battalion of cavalry to the camp, where he was saluted 
by one of the field batteries. He reviewed the troops in the after- 
noon, the ceremon}' being as perfect as could be desired. The 
regiments, cavalry, and batteries all passed in excellent form, com- 
pany distances being well maintained and salutes correctly rendered. 
The review was followed by brigade drill in combination with the 
cavalry and artillery, all the movements being made with com- 
mendable precision. These included a charge by the cavalry, 
preceded by a volley from their carbines, the line being remarkably 
well maintained, and a charge in line by the 9th Regiment deserv- 
ing equal praise. 

The headquarters staff of the commanding officers of both bri- 
gades is composed of officers thoroughly versed in their duties ; 
many of them saw service in the volunteers during the late war. 
During the encampment of both brigades, officers of the Militia 
of the neighboring States and man}* officers of the Regular Arm}' 
manifested their interest in the troops by their presence in camp. 
In the camp of the 1st Brigade I noticed fifteen Regular officers 
present for a greater or less period, and a number were present at 
the camp of the 2d Brigade. 

I was associated with General Dalton during my stay in this 
camp, accompanying him at all ceremonies and inspections of the 
camp. I would here thank him for his constant and unremitting 
attention and man}* courtesies, personal and official. To General 
Peach and his officers I would express my appreciation of their 
efforts to make my stay in their camp so pleasant. 

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

A. C. M. Pennington, 
Bvt. Col., U. S. Army, Maj., 4th Artillery. 



New London, Conn., August 17, 1885. 

The Adjutant General, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of my visit 
to the camp of the 2d Corps of Cadets, Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia : 

In compliance with paragraph 7, Special Orders, No. 99, War 
Department, Adjutant General's Office, May 1, 1885, I proceeded 
to the camp in company with General Dalton, adjutant general of 
Massachusetts, on Tuesday, the 12th of August, where quarters, 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 35 

&c, were furnished me. I remained until the morning of the day 
on which camp was broken. 

The camp of this command is situated about a mile from Essex, 
Mass., and in close proximity to Lake Chebacco. The camp was 
arranged practical^ as prescribed in tactics. Messing was done 
as heretofore, the quartermaster of the corps bujing all supplies 
and hiring the necessary cooks and waiters. All mess together in 
a large tent and fare alike. No attempt has been made to adhere 
to the Army ration. 

The uniform remains the same as described in nry reports of the 
past two years (scarlet dress coats and light blue trousers). The 
undress uniform is nearly the same as that of the Regular Army, 
and is well adapted for field service. The police of the camp was 
excellent. Military courtesy was better than I have ever known 
it in this command, although it has always been well observed. 

Sentinels walked their posts in a military manner, and salutes 
were always promptly and correctly rendered. Guard duty was 
well performed generally, and the duties of sentinels well under- 
stood by the older members of the organization. The command 
had a large number of recruits who were not as well informed on 
matters appertaining to guard duty as the others, but no efforts 
were spared to give them thorough instruction. 

Roll-calls were properly attended, an officer being present in 
each company to receive reports, and results of roll-calls were re- 
ported to the commanding officer by the adjutant. Discipline was 
excellent, and the men willing and obedient. 

Guard mounting look place every morning, the ceremony beino- 
perfectly carried out in every respect, and the steadiness of the 
men all that could be desired. 

Company drills followed guard mounting, and included all that 
is required in school of the company and skirmishing. There was 
a gradual improvement daily. 

Target practice was indulged in ever} T day until the whole com- 
mand had been at the range and each man had fired his score. 

Battalion drill took place in the afternoon, and the various move- 
ments in the school of the battalion were very well performed. 
Guides were well instructed and prompt at formations. Officers 
were well up in their knowledge of the drill. The command was 
mustered and inspected every afternoon just before dress parade. 

Dress parade closed the exercises of the day, and was conducted 
strictly as prescribed in tactics, and in a manner that was beyond 
criticism. The manual of arms was excellent toward the last, and 
the men very steady in ranks at all ceremonies. Lights were 
promptly extinguished at the signal, and the camp perfectly quiet 
thereafter. 



36 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



The governor of Massachusetts visited the camp on Friday, the 
14th. He reviewed the command, the troops making a very tine 
appearance and passing in good form. Salutes were property Ten- 
dered b} T the officers. A very creditable battalion drill followed 
the review, and included the firings with blank cartridges. The 
volley firing could not be improved upon. 

The health of the command was excellent. The command is 
composed of 3'oung business men of Salem, Mass , and vicinity. 

The following table exhibits the strength of the command on the 
14th of August : — 





Presknt. 


Absent. 


Total Present 
and Absent. 


TROOPS. 


00 
S-, 
01 
o 

ss 
o 


B 

O 


u 

o 

& 

O 


B 
O) 


90 

|H 

09 

o 

e 
o 


a 

Oi 


Company B 


7 
3 
3 


4 

44 

57 

105 


1 


6 
3 


8 
3 


4 • 
50 
60 


Total, 


13 


1 


9 


14 


114 



Percentage of enlisted men absent 7.9. 



There was a large gain this 3'ear over last, there being present 
last year eight}'-five enlisted men and one hundred and five this 
year. The above does not include the band of twenty-four mu- 
sicians. 

I noticeei in this command a marked improvement in all respects 
over any previous year. The organization celebrates this fall its 
centennial anniversary. The arms in the hands of this command 
are the Springfield rifle, calibre .45, which are kept in good ser- 
viceable condition. The new overcoat recentty adopted has been 
furnished to these troops also. 

My thanks are tendered to Lieutenant J. Frank Dalton and his 
officers for a very pleasant stay in their camp, and for their kind 
and hospitable reception. 

In concluding my reports, I hereby express m} r appreciation of 
the unremitting attentions to my pleasure and comfort on the part 
of General Samuel Dalton, adjutant general of Massachusetts, with 
whom I have been associated in my many visits to the camps of 
the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in the past three }*ears. 
I am, sir, verj' respectfulty, your obedient servant, 

A. C. M. Pennington, 
Bvt. Col. U. S. Army, Maj., 4th Artillery. 



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Light Battery B, 4th Artillery, 

Fort Adams, R. I., July 6, 1885. 

The Post Adjutant, Fort Adams, B. I. 

Sir : — In obedience to Special Orders, No. 80, Headquarters De- 
partment of the East, Governor's Island, New York City, April 
16, 1885, Light Battery B, 4th Artillery, consisting of 4 officers, 
53 men, 60 horses, 4 pieces, 4 caissons, 1 battery wagon, 1 forge, 
1 quartermaster's wagon, and 1 ambulance, left Fort Adams, R. I., 
for South Framingham, Mass., June 1, 1885, at 7 a. m. It marched 
to Tiverton, R. L, that day (distance 18 miles) ; to Taunton, 
Mass , on the 2d (distance 20 miles) ; to Randolph, Mass., on the 
3d (distance 22 miles) ; to West Roxbuiy Park, Boston, on the 4th 
(distance 12 miles). It camped at that place during the 5th. On 
the 6th it marched through the city to the State house, was reviewed 
by His Excellency the governor of Massachusetts, and fired a salute 
of seventeen guns for him on the common, and then marched to 
South Framingham, Mass. (distance marched that day 31 miles). 

From the 6th till the morning of the 13th the batter}' camped at 
South Framingham, taking part in nearly all the drills and cere- 
monies of the 1st Brigade Massachusetts Militia. In addition, all 
the officers and non-commissioned officers of the two batteries of 
the 2d Brigade of Militia of that State were instructed in the man- 
ual of the piece and mounted drill. All the kinds of ammunition 
and fuses used were shown and explained to them. The subject 
of aiming and firing was also carefully explained. On the morning 
of the 13th the batter}' was transported by rail at the expense of 
the State to Boston, and, after taking part in the parade of the 1st 
Brigade in the city, camped during the night at West Roxbury 
Park. On the 14th the march home began. The same marches 
and bivouacs were made returning from as going to the encamp- 
ment, and the batter}' reached this post at 10 a. m. on the 17th. 
Total distance marched, about two hundred and six miles. 

The battery wagon was used to transport the men's full-dress 
uniforms ; the quartermaster's wagon, the battery kitchen ; the am- 
bulance, the officers' baggage. Only two wall-tents for officers' use 
and one tent, fly, for battery kitchen were taken. The paulins 
made excellent shelter for the men. Forage was shipped before- 
hand to the points on the railroad selected for bivouacs, and sup- 
plies during encampment were furnished by the quartermaster and 
commissary departments at Boston. During the march, bivouacs, 
and encampments, all the instructions laid down for them were as 
rigidly insisted upon as the details of a drill, and officers and men 
were greatly benefited. The same care was taken of the horses as 



38 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

at the home stables, and when we returned only three horses were 
slightly chafed on the necks and two on the breasts. All the oth- 
ers were in better serviceable condition than when they started. 

I think the battery everywhere made a very favorable impression. 
The conduct of the men was good and their drills excellent. Every- 
where we received the kindest and most refined hospitality and 
courtesy. 

Respectfully submitted. 

John Egan, 

Capt , 4th Artillery, Comdg. Battery 



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REPORT OF THE SURGEON GENERAL. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
Office of Surgeon General, Boston, Dec. 31, 1885. 

Miij. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir: — In compliance with the regulations of the M. V. M., I 
have the honor to forward to yoxx the annual report of the work of 
this office for the year 1885. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Alfred F. Holt, 

Stirgeon General. 



Office of Surgeon General, 

Boston, Dec. 31, 188"). 

To His Excellency George D. Robinson, Governor and Commander- 
in-Chief. 

Governor : — I have the honor to submit for the information of 
your Excellency the following report of the details of the work of 
this office for the year ending Dec. 31, 1885. 

In compliance with paragraph 1781 of the regulations of the 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, requiring the Surgeon General to 
make such inspections of the annual encampments and inquiiy into 
their sanitary conditions as he may deem necessan*, the following 
visits were made to the several camps : — 

1st Biigade, of which Lieut. Col. George E. Pinkham is the Medi- 
cal Director, June, 1885. 

1st Corps of Cadets, of which Maj. William L. Richardson is Sur- 
geon, June, 1885. 

2d Brigade, of which Lieut. Col. Thomas Kittredge is Medical 
Director, 25th of July, 1885. 



40 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

2d Corps of Cadets, of "which Maj. Charles W. Haddock is Sur- 
geon, August, 1885. 

The uoticeable feature in all of these sanitary inspections was the 
scrupulous cleanliness of the camps and their immediate surround- 
ings ; scarcely so much as a scrap of paper or piece of rubbish could 
be seen in either of them. The tents, stables, cook-bouses and 
mess-tents were in the same cleanly condition. The}* were also as 
a rule neat and orderly. 

Certainly the militia of Massachusetts can congratulate them- 
selves that the}' have thoroughly learned one of the first and most 
important duties of a soldier, cleanliness, important not only to 
the State the}' serve, but to themselves ; for it is a truth unquestioned 
that filthy and unwholesome camps, polluted water, — and this pollu- 
tion often coming from the very camp it supplies, — has done more 
toward weakening and often destroying armies than an}* other sin- 
gle cause. 

I am glad of this opportunity to pay this well-earned compliment 
to the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia ; surely it is deserved. 

During the latter part of last year the plank vaults at the camp 
at South Framingham were replaced by those made of brick and 
cement, and laid in such a way as to be water-tight. This is a great 
sanitary improvement, and it has not only done away with the dan- 
ger of polluting the wells, the present source of water supply, but 
it has also, to a very large degree, done away with the offensive 
odors of these necessary evils. 

I would respectfully recommend that a quantity of dry loam be 
prepared and kept in some convenient place near each vault, and 
that a sufficient amount of this be used, two or three times a day, to 
absorb all moisture. This, if properly done, will not only prevent 
all odor, but will, to a large extent, do away with the disgusting 
appearance presented by the ordinary camp privy vault. 

Privy houses have also been built during the year. These, by 
keeping the seats dry and by the better protection they afford, add 
greatly to the convenience of both men and officers. They have 
also entirely stopped the filthy practice so common heretofore of 
the men going after dark to any part of the rear of the field for sani- 
tary purposes. Galvanized sheet-iron tanks, of the capacity of about 
thirty gallons, have been supplied to each of the cook-houses for the 
reception of refuse matter, swill, etc., etc. These tanks have tight 
iron covers and are of a uniform size. They have added much to 
the neat appearance of the cook-houses, and have also proved to be 
well adapted to the use for which they were purchased. The slops 
from these cook-houses are now thrown upon the ground. I would 
respectfully recommend that a number of small cesspools, built with 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 41 

loose stone, be constructed in the vicinity of each of these houses, 
for the reception of these slops, wash water, etc., etc. These can 
be built at a very small cost. 

For further details of the daily work of the medical staff at the 
annual encampments, sick reports, etc., I respectfully refer your 
Exct llenc}' to the reports of the chief medical officers of the several 
commands appended to this report. I am again, this }'ear as last, 
most happy to commend the zeal and energy of all the members of 
the medical staff. They have not only been prompt and efficient in 
their duty, but painstaking in the performance of it ; caring for the 
men under their charge in a way that has produced the very 
best results, as shown by the perfect sanitary condition of the sev- 
eral camps and the very small amount of sickness. 

The medical department is now well supplied with medicines, in- 
struments and appliances necessary to the proper performance of 
any duty they are likely to be called upon to do. Over and above 
the supplies now in the hands of the medical officers of the militia, 
and for which this office is responsible, there is a quantity of mate- 
rial consisting of broken cases of surgical instruments, antiquated 
cases of surgical instruments, field companions, etc., that has been 
carried on the report of property for the last twenty years or more. 
This material is of but little value, and would not be available for 
use under any circumstances. As its value is decreasing from 
year to year, I respectfull}' recommend that it be sold. 

During the year one surgeon and one assistant surgeon have 
resigned and been honorably discharged from the service of the 
State. Two surgeons, two assistant surgeons, and one officer of 
the Ambulance Corps, have been examined b} T the Board of Medi- 
cal Officers, and all of them have been commissioned and are now 
in the militia service. 

Ambulance Corps. 

The following act, creating the Ambulance Corps of the Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Militia, was passed by the legislature this year. 

11 There shall be attached to each brigade of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia an ambulance corps, to consist of one commis- 
sioned officer, two sergeants and thirteen privates. The officers 
shall be medical officers, appointed by brigade commanders and 
commissioned in accordance with existing laws. The enlisted men 
to be enlisted by the lieutenants of said corps, and mustered into 
service by the assistant inspectors of brigades. The commissioned 
officers under this act shall receive the same pay and emoluments 
as now received b}' second lieutenants of cavalr} r , and the enlisted 
men shall receive the same pay as now received by enlisted men of 



42 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

infantry. The corps created by this act shall be instructed in such 
manner as the surgeon general may from time to time prescribe." 

This act was not passed and approved until May 14, 1885, — 
a few weeks before the annual encampment, — giving us a very 
short time in which to enlist, organize aud equip such a corps, if 
they were to participate in this duty this }*ear. Notwithstanding 
this delay in the passage of the act, it was thought best to attempt 
the organization of the corps to be attached to the Second Brigade, 
whose annual tour of field duty was to commence July 22. Sam- 
uel B. Clark, M. D., after passing an excellent examination before 
the Board of Medical Officers, was commissioned as the officer. 
By persistent and energetic work, he enlisted and took to camp 
thirteen men. Of course, it was not to be expected that a body 
of men, organized under such circumstances, would or could do 
the duty for which they were enlisted with the skill and alacrit} 7 of 
men who had had opportunit}' of drill and practice ; still, b}' the 
well-directed work of their officer, and their own intelligent appre- 
ciation of the duty they were to perform, they not only did good 
service at the camp, but also made great progress in the way of 
learning the duties for which they were organized. This small 
experience of the Ambulance Corps clearl}* demonstrated to every 
one who saw its work, not only the great utility of such a body of 
men, but its absolute necessity at the annual encampments, even 
if they are never to be called upon for duty in other fields. 

These men now wear the Infantr}' uniform, with a red Geneva 
Cross on both arms, as a distinguishing mark. They are each 
equipped with a stout canvass haversack, also marked with a red 
cross, containing triangular and roller bandages, a stout pair of 
scissors, and a knife. This haversack is large enough to hold 
dressings, bottles of medicines, etc., etc., if occasion requires. 
The corps is also supplied with six stretchers ; these stretchers are 
divided in the middle by a socket-joint, each man carrying one- 
half. These halves, when not in use, are rolled (the two half poles 
and the iron bar used to hold the poles apart when the stretcher is 
in use) in the canvass, and are held by two small straps ; carried 
in this way, they can be quickly unrolled and put together for use. 
The}' also present a neat and uniform appearance for marches or 
parade. 

During the winter this corps is to be instructed in their quar- 
ters, by means of lectures given by officers of the medical staff, 
also by the use of forms, manikins and their own bodies. The}' 
are to be taught thoroughly the use and application of different 
forms of splints, and how to improvise them by practice with their 
own hands, the control of hemorrhage, and, in fact, everything 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCILMENT — No. 7. 43 

relating to the proper care and handling of those suddenly disabled 
from any cause. A manual of drill for the uniform handling of the 
stretchers is now being prepared. The organization' of this corps, 
more than ever makes it necessary that a field hospital be built at 
the camp-grounds. We shall also require a two-horse ambulance. 
I am informed by General Dalton, the Quartermaster General, that 
that he has already made provision for the building of the hospital. 
Inquiry is also being made in relation to the building of an 
ambulance. The Ambulance Corps for the First Brigade has not 
yet been organized ; without doubt it will be, some time during the 
winter. 

Disabled Soldiers. 

During the year ending Dec. 31, 1885, three hundred and thirty- 
four men were examined who were applicants for military aid. 
A record of these examinations is kept in this office, a copy of 
which is also sent to Capt. C. W. Hastings, the Commissioner 
having in charge this aid. Thirty-one men have been examined 
for admission into one of the soldiers* homes, and a statement of 
their physical disabilities endorsed on their applications for admis- 
sion. Two hundred and one men have been examined and given 
certificates of disability, on which they have obtained a license to 
peddle, without the payment of a fee. 

These examinations continue to be the greater part of the work 
of the office, many of them requiring the most careful and thor- 
ough consideration, in order to determine whether disability 
exists or not. In doing this work, I have tried to be impartial, 
both to the State and the soldier. This expenditure on account of 
State aid is one of the largest items of the expenses of the State ; 
but it is, I believe, given ungrudgingly, and is one of the grandest 
monuments to the fidelity of the State, in keeping faith with her 
soldiers who served in the war of the rebellion. Certainly it is 
the duty of those who have to do with the dispensing of it, to guard 
it with the most zealous care, and to see that not one dollar of it 
is paid out improperly; while on the other hand, every facility 
should be given to the proper recipients for obtaining it. I am 
happy to bear testimony to the fact that the larger part of those 
applicants for this aid, that are sent to me for examination, are 
sick and worthy, and that their poverty, as a rule, has resulted 
from misfortune ; still, there are others, some of whom are not 
need}', some not sick, and some whose poverty has been brought 
about by their own dissolute habits. To give aid to this latter 
class is neither profitable nor just, — the rule being, the more they 
receive, the more dependent they become. 



44 



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The dut} T of the medical man, in making these examinations, is 
not onl} T difficult, but highlj' responsible ; careful and conscientious 
work saving to the State a large amount each year, while loose 
and careless work ma}' bring as great a loss. 

I respectfully call the attention of your Excellency to the tabu- 
lated account of the medical and hospital supplies ; also to the 
expenses of the medical department of the Militia, submitted with 
this report. In conclusion, I wish to express to 3'our Excellency 
nry grateful acknowledgments for the unvarying courtesy and 
counsel I have received at jour hands. I also take this oppor- 
tunity to express my thanks to General Dalton for his many acts 
of kindness, and his great interest in the work of this office. 

I have the honor to be, 

Your Excellency's most obedient servant, 

Alfred F. Holt, 

Surgeon General. 



Appropriations and Expenditures, 1885. 



Appropria- 
tions. 



Expenditures. 



Balances 
Unexpended. 



Surgeon General's contingent, . 
Medical supplies, 



$500 00 
500 00 



$80 00 
236 75 



$420 00 
263 25 



1886.] 



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IIeadqi;arters First Brigade, M. V. M., 

Bostox, July 15, 1885. 

Brig. Gen. Alfred F. Holt, Surgeon General Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
medical department of the First Brigade, M. V. M., at State camp 
grounds, Framingham, June 9th to 13th, 1885 : — 

The grounds were never in so good condition, showing the result 
of great care and, with the improvements contemplated another 
3'ear, they will be in a condition par excellence. 

The rain on Sunday preceding the opening of the encampment, 
and the mowing of the grass so short a time before, were of the 
greatest benefit in materially assisting to keep the field in a good 
condition. 

I made a thorough inspection of the wells and sinks Monday, 
June 7, and found them in excellent condition. The new arrange- 
ment of the sinks does away with the previous objections, and with 
some slight changes they will answer the purpose admirably. 
The suggestion of Major O. H. Marion, Surgeon of the 1st Regi- 
ment, " that the troughs or spouts be fastened permanently to the 
pumps," is worth}' of notice, and it will effectually prevent the re- 
turn of waste water to the wells. 

The weather during the whole of the encampment was all that 
could be desired ; the temperature at all times being such as not to 
interfere with any duties of the camp. 

The total number sick during the week was twent}~-nine, about 
the same as last year. Four of these, from the 2d Regiment, were 
sent to the Brigade Hospital, but were soon able to return to their 
regiment. When we consider the number of men on the grounds, 
the change in manner of living and diet, it is certainty very grati- 
fying that so few were unable to perform their duty, and that none 
were dangerously ill. 

The cleanliness of the camp was thorough, which, to a great ex- 
tent, was due to the medical staff, some of whom personalty over- 
looked and assisted in the police of the grounds. 

Some of the organizations had an entirely new medical staff, 
but their zeal more than equalized their inexperience. My thanks 
are due to all the medical officers for their faithfulness and assist- 
ance in all that pertained to this department. 

The duties in Boston on Saturday June 13th, were arduous. 
Unaccustomed as the men were to the exposure to the rays of the 
sun at mid-day, many were overcome by the extreme heat and 



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some, for awhile, were violently ill, but no serious results were 
engendered in anv of the cases. 

Private Chas. F. Furlong, of Company C, 6th Regiment, was 
detailed as acting hospital steward at the hospital, filling the posi- 
tion with credit. I enclose the consolidated morning reports, 
also reports of Surgeon O. H. Marion of the 1st Regiment, and 
Ass't Surgeon W. H. Leighton of Company F, Cavalry, the only 
ones received up to date. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Geo. E. Pinkham, 

Medical Director First Brigade, M. V. M. 



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Headquarters First Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 

Boston, July 21, 1885 

Brig. Gen. A. F. Holt, Surgeon General, Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the medical department of the First Corps Cadets, during the 
encampment at Hingham, from the 13th to the 18th of July inclu- 
sive . 

The weather during the week was all that could have been 
desired. As will appear in the meteorological record, the temper- 
ature ran much higher than has been noticed during our previous 
encampments at Hingham. 

The nights, however, were comfortable, and without the marked 
changes in temperature which were so noticeable at Nahant. 

The rain which fell twice during the week, although once slightly 
interfering with military duty, was really of great benefit as a 
means of cooling the atmosphere and laying the dust. 

The health of the Corps was excellent during the encampment* 
One private who came to camp sick, was necessarily placed for 
twent} T -four hours on the sick list, at the end of which time he was 
able to return to active duty. 

There have been no changes made in the general arrangements 
of the camp ground during the year, except that the bath-houses 
have been remodelled, so as to provide quarters for the officers, as 
well as the band, apart from those of the men. 

The ventilation of the cook-houses has also been improved. 

I enclose the meteorological record of the week. The observa- 
tions were taken by Assistant Surgeon C. M. Green. 

Very respectfully your obedient servant, 

Wm. L. Richardson, 

Surjeon. 



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Salem, August, 20, 1885. 
Brig. Gen. Alfred F. Holt, Surgeon General Massachusetts. 

Sir : — In conformity to Regulations Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia, I submit the following report of the tour of duty performed 
by the Second Brigade, at South Framingham, from Jul}' 20th to 
25th inclusive. 

The health of the command was excellent during the five days. 
Notwithstanding the extreme heat a fewer number of men were 
sick than during any previous encampment since I have been in the 
service. Six cases were admitted to the brigade hospital ; two with 
exhaustion from heat, two with cholera morbus, one with delirium 
tremens, and one with concussion of spine. 

The weather, with the exception of the heat, was pleasant and 
favorable to the performance of militaiy duty. 

The sanitary condition of the camp was the best I have ever 
known. The policing was promptly and thoroughly done, the 
refuse, by order of Adjutant General Dalton, being thrown into 
the sinks. The ravine still offers an inviting receptacle for litter, 
and it required constant looking after to prevent its being used for 
that purpose. The wells were in good condition, but the ground 
about the tubs was continually soaked with the overflow, making 
it muddy and giving an extremely untidy appearance. I would 
suggest, in the absence of a permanent water supply, that a drain 
be built at each well to take away the surface water and keep the 
ground dry. The new iron barrels for garbage answered the pur- 
pose for which they were designed, and were fully appreciated by 
every one, I am sure. The new sinks were complete in every 
detail, and are, to m} T mind, the greatest improvement that has 
ever been made to the camp ground. I think, however, if the 
order to dump refuse into them is to continue, that the} r should be 
emptied after each brigade encampment, as many of them were 
filled solidly full by the end of the week. The cook-houses and 
stables were at all times tidy and neat. The order forbidding out- 
side stoves, and requiring the fuel to be neatly piled, added to the 
good appearance of the camp. 

The ambulance corps under Lieutenant Clark proved to be a 
most valuable addition to the brigade, and filled a need long felt. 

The commanding officer and his men were on the alert, and they 
deserve great credit for the week's hard work. 

The transportation of the entire brigade, from South Framing- 
ham to Boston, was accomplished without accident. Owing to the 
extreme heat of the day, the march in the city was a most trying 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 57 

one, and it was wisely concluded to abandon the dress parade at 
the close. The men stood it bravely, however, and although sev- 
eral fell out on the march and many were prostrated on their 
arrival upon the Common, they, with a few exceptions, were mild 
cases of exhaustion which were soon recovered from, and which did 
no permanent injur}', as far as I have been able to learn. 

I enclose herewith, as a part of my report, the reports of the 
surgeons and assistant surgeons of the several commands, together 
with a consolidated sick-report for the week. 

I wish to express to the General commanding, and to the other 
officers of the brigade, m}' gratitude for their hearty co-operation 
at all times ; and to testif}* to the zeal and fidelity of the medical 
officers in the performance of their several duties. I have the 
honor to be, 

Very respectfully 3-our obedient servant, 

Thomas Kittredge, 
Lieut. Col. and Medical Director. 



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60 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Headquarters Second Corps or Cadets, M. V. M., 

Salem, Sept. 21, 1885. 

Brig. Gen. Alfred F. Holt, Surgeon General Massachusetts. 

General : — In accordance with the regulations of the Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Militia, I have the honor to submit the follow- 
ing report of the medical department of the Second Corps Cadets 
during the encampment at Essex, August llth-loth, inclusive. 

The weather during the week was clear and pleasant, but the 
temperature was considerably higher than was experienced a.t our 
encampment of last } T ear. 

On Tuesday, at muster, three of the men were obliged to leave 
the ranks and were taken to their quarters, where the}'' were 
visited. The attacks of these were not of a serious nature, and 
appeared to be only a temporary faintness caused by the extreme 
heat and the fatigue. They all recovered rapidly, and were able to 
again occupy their places in the ranks at dress parade the same 
evening. No cases of real sunstroke occurred. 

On Wednesdaj 7 afternoon the battalion drill was omitted, as it 
was thought inadvisable to expose the men to the high temperature 
of the parade ground. With this exception nothing occurred to 
interrupt the military routine. The prevailing winds during the 
week were from the west and southwest. A heav} 7 shower lasting 
between one and two hours occurred on the morning of the 12th. 

The ground occupied by the camp was the same as was made 
use of last summer, and as described in the report of last year. 

The health of the command was excellent. The number of men 
who applied to the surgeon during the week was forty ; this is in 
excess of last 3 T ear, but ma\ r , I think, be explained by the con- 
tinued heat, and by the fact that the number of men was consider- 
ably greater than at our last encampment. The diseases, however, 
were not of a serious nature. Diarrhoea was more common a com- 
plaint than last summer, but }Helded readily to treatment. 

The quality of the food furnished by the quartermaster was up 
to the usual standard, and the supply abundant ^ the cooking was 
also satisfactory. The water was obtained from the same artesian 
well as last }ear ; it was fresh and palatable and abundant in 
quantity, but required filtering for drinking purposes, on account 
of fine sand which passes through the pump. The cook's quarters 
were regularly inspected, and found in a satisfactory condition. 
All garbage was placed in barrels and removed every daj-. ' Liquid 
refuse was placed in a sink dug for the purpose, and covered daily. 



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The sinks were situated as at our last year's encampment. 
They were regularly inspected and found properly covered. The 
policing of the camp was very satisfactorily performed. The excel- 
lent facilities for bathing, afforded by the lake, were made use of 
by many of the men. Hospital Steward Luscomb rendered effi- 
cient assistance in the absence of the assistant surgeon. 

The following is the consolidated morning report for the 
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Charles W. Haddock, 

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REPORT OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Judge Advocate General's Office, 

Boston, Dec. 31, 1885. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the business of my department for the year 1885. 

No cases from general courts-martial have been submitted to me 
during the year. 

The proceedings of regimental courts-martial in the following 
cases have been approved and reported upon by me. 



Character of 
Court. 


Date. 


CASES TRIED. 


Regimental, 

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1885. 

March 4, 
June 15, 
Oct. 1, 


Musician Frank H. Lord, Co. I, 8th Infantry. 
Private Charles E. Linnell, Co. H, 5th Infantry. 
Sergeant Frank A. Newton, Co. F, 2d Infantry. 



The following report of the doings of the Board of Examiners 
for the current year is also respectfully submitted 



Officers awaiting examination Dec. 31, 1884, ..... 3 
" elected and appointed for examination and qualification, 

1885, . 121 

124 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 63 

Officers examined and passed, 106 

u qualified only, I 

11 rejected, 8 

" failed to appear, 6 

" awaiting examination Dec. 31, 1885, ..... 3 

124 

Very respectfully, 

E. P. Nettleton, 

Judge Advocate General. 



64 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



RIFLE PRACTICE. 



Report of the Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 



Boston, Dec. 15, 1885. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant and Inspector General. 

Sir : — In compliance with orders, I have exercised a general 
supervision of the matter of rifle practice during the year 1885. I 
am gratified to report that the returns show better results than had 
been accomplished in any 3'ear preceding. As there has been a 
steady improvement during the three years that the present sys- 
tem of rifle practice has been maintained, and as, under all the 
existing circumstances, that system seems to be more practical, 
useful and controllable than any other which could be adopted, it 
would appear wise to continue its main features as heretofore. 

The most serious fault which has been developed has been the 
indifferent, and even poor work in those organizations where the 
regimental inspection is merely nominal. It is urged that acting 
battalion inspectors cannot be expected to do efficient work at 
their own pecuniar}- cost. It would seem that the progress made 
would warrant the correction of this difficulty. 

It does not seem to me necessary to continue the issues of am- 
munition for use in armories beyond the requirements for instruct- 
ing recruits ; and if an} T additional encouragement to field practice 
is to be sanctioned, it should be in favor of those companies that 
have recorded a large percentage of marksmen. 

The following table shows the work of the year, with compari- 
sons : — 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



65 



1880. 1881. |1882. 



Number of qualifications, 1st class, . 
tt << 2d " 

" " 3d " ! 

Requalificatious, 

Actual number of men qualified, aggregate, 
Issue of badges, all classes, aggregate, 
Marksmen in seivice close of year, 
Companies performing armory practice, 
u field " 

" entering teams, State match, . 



1883. 1884. 



- 


- 


- 


56 


107 


156 


- 


73 


78 


56 


163 


319 


56 


163 


319 


56 


141 


288 


22 


22 


36 


5 


9 


22 


4 


1 


18 



94 
133 
233 
109 



36 
184 
268 
156 



671 1,039 



780 

545 

51 

42 

37 



1,273 

795 

66 

64 

54 



1885. 



78 

204 

362 

234 

1,496 

1.915 

1,058 

66 

65 

56 



In this connection I call attention to my report as executive 
officer of the State Rifle Matches, which indicates an improved and 
more wide-spread capacity of marksmanship throughout the State. 

The score of the team sent to Creedmoor also indicates a great 
improvement in our relative ability to meet the more practised 
teams of other States. Our team of 1879 (the last previous one 
sent to Creedmoor) made a score of 928, while the present one 
scored 959 ; and the difference between our team and the winners 
was but 41 per cent, of the possible, while in 1879 it was 7£ per 
cent. As a recognition of the very faithful voluntary practice 
which enabled the Creedmoor team to do so well, I recommend that 
a commemorative Badge be given them. 

My general recommendations for the year 1886 may be summed 
up as follows : — 

1 . That the system be continued substantially as now ; but that, 
if practicable, the battalion inspectors shall have recognized au- 
thority and proper allowances. 

2. That armory practice be confined to non-marksmen ; that the 
maximum allowance of ammunition be six hundred rounds, and 
that in case of companies having a considerable percentage of 
marksmen, the allowances be less. 

3. That the allowances of ammunition for field practice be the 
same as heretofure ; and that, in addition thereto, there be allowed 
to companies desiring to engage in mid-range practice, an extra 
allowance, according to the marksmanship record of the company. 

4. That there be created a new grade of qualification, as 
" sharpshooters," to which only those who have qualified in the 
first class shall be eligible. 

5. That permission be granted to marksmen to wear on the col- 
lar of fatigue jacket a button similar to that worn in U. S. Army. 



QQ ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

6. That a special mid-range match be held early in August, un- 
der such conditions and limits as to develop the best material for a 
State team. 

I append the lists of marksmen as they stand. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

H. T. Rockwell, 

Colonel, A. I. O. and Inspector General 
of Rifle Practice. 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



67 



QUALIFIED MARKSMEN — (First Class). 



Highest possible total scores, 75; requisite for qualification, 20 at 200 yards, off 
hand; 20 at 300 yards, kneeling; 20 at 500 yards, any position. Cavalry only re- 
quired to make 18 at 300 and 500 yards. (Qualification raised in 1881; in 1883, 17 
only was required at 300 and 500 yards.) Badge for this class, of silver, with bar 
inscribed M First Class ; " badge inscribed " Marksman ; " requalification, bar with 
date. 



Badge 
No. 



131 
i32 
133 
134 
135 
136 



137 
138 
139 
140 
141 



1 
2 
3 

5 
22 



142 
143 



7 

8 

95 

96 



11 



97 
98 



Scores. 



1883. 



1881. 



Staff of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Col. Horace T. Rockwell 

First Brigade. 



Brig. Gen. Nat Wales, . 

Lt. Col. G. E. Pinkham, 

Capt. B. S. Parker, 

" J. B. Osborn, 

" F. W. Revnolds, . 

" J. H. Lathrop, . 



Second Brigade. 



Gen. B. F Peach, Jr., 
Capt. A. A. Hall, . 
" Elijah George, 
" W. T. Lambert, 
Sergt. W. M. Merrill, 



First Regiment Infantry. 



Col. Austin C. Wellington, . 

Lt. Col. Alfred B. Hodges, . 

Maj Thomas R. Mathews, . 

Lieut. William W. Kellett. . 

Sergt. Maj. L. M. Bickford, . 

Company A. 
Sergt. H. R. Koehler, . 
" W. D. Creighton, 



Company B. 
Sergt. C. H. Dodge, 
Corp. H. S. Keyes, 

" Walter A. Dayton, 
Private Frank R. Stevens, . 



Company C. 
Private D. McArthur, . 



Company D. 
Capt. Harry C. Gardner, 
Lieut. Henry White, 



65 



58 
57 
61 
59 
55 



58 
58 



57 



66 



66 
63 



63 
61 



66 
65 



1885. 



66 



62 
63 
64 
63 
64 
63 



61 
67 
65 
61 

72 



64 
64 
62 
64 



60 
62 



63 

67 
61 



68 
69 



68 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



Badge 
No. 



13 

15 

94 

16 

17 

18 

144 

145 

146 



100 
147 



102 
104 
103 



148 



149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 



24 



156 
157 



158 
159 
160 



161 
162 



163 



25 
27 
28 
30 
29 
31 
32 



107 
108 
109 



Scores. 



1883. 



Sergt. L. C. McTCinnon, 
Private E. Bennett, 

F. D. Bartlett, 
" C. W. Hinnian, 
M.H.Jenkins, 
" F. P. Loker, 
" Edw. H. Green, 
" W. II. Partridge, 
" F. W. Scott, 



Company E. 
Sergt. Abner P. Pope, . 
" T. H. Bradley, . 

Company G. 
Lieut. H. W. True, 
Sergt. Joseph B. Franklin, . 
Private Geo. A. Ambler, 



Company H. 
Corp. C. M. Flanders, . 



Company I, 
Lieut. E. W. Blankinship, 
Sergt. O. B. Battles, 
Corp. C. W. Potter, 

" M. F. Packard, . 
Private J. F. Winslow, 
" F. D. Stearns, 
11 Geo. E. Horton, 



Company K. 
Corp. A. E. Tenney, 



Company L. 
Lieut. J. W. Sanders, . ' . 
Private Joseph Wheelock, 



Company M. 
Sergt. G. A. Hathaway, 

" D. Fuller, 

Corp. J. W. Ford 

Second Regiment Infantry. 

Maj. D. Clark 

Lieut. C. L. Hayden, .... 

Company C. 
Private A. C. White 

Company D. 
Capt. Charles W. Brown, 
Lieut. F. H. Barber, .... 
Sergt. E. Ii. Train, .... 

" C. L. Swain, .... 

Corp. M. N Snow, .... 

Private O. E. Kutlier, .... 
" J. S. Harris, .... 

Company G. 
Sergt. Geo. T. Adams, 
Private S. S. Bum stead, 

" A. H. Hooker, .... 



54 
63 
63 
63 
54 
59 



57 



1884. 



64 
63 
68 
63 
61 



65 



62 
6i 
60 



58 


_ 


58 


- 


59 


- 


55 


- 


58 


- 


56 


- 


54 


- 




63 


- 


63 


- 


61 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 69 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



Badge 

.No. 



Scores. 



1883. 



1884. 



1885. 



164 



37 
38 
39 
40 



110 
166 



42 
43 
44 



167 
111 
168 
112 
169 
170 



95 
171 
172 
173 



45 

46 

174 

48 

4!) 

175 

176 



55 
66 



116 
177 

59 



178 
117 



119 
120 
121 
122 



Company H. 
Lieut. E. M. Roche 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Col. William A. Bancroft, . 
Lieut. Col. Alonzo L. Richardson, 

41 Fred 1*. Barnes, . 

" Leon II. Bateniau, 

i Company A. 

Private M. Dyer 

" F. E Bateman, . 



62 
56 
54 
59 



63 



63 



Company B. 
Lieut. S. T. Sinclair, 
Private E. E. Cove, 

44 II. H Sommerman, . 

Company C. 
Lieut. G. H. Benyon, 
Sergt. John I. Parwell, . 

" C.A.Hill, . 
Private Frederic W. Turner, 
" A. E. Easterbrook, . 
" William Warren, 

Company E. 
Capt. Jos. E. Clark, 
Lieut. E. \V. Mitchell, . 
" J. T. Coleman, . 
Private E. F. Peckham, 

Company F. 
Capt. Gideon F. Haynes, 
Lieut. Robert B. Edes, . 
Sergt. J. E. Ncvins, 
Private C. L. Richardson, 
J. H. Cole, 
" W. T. Goodwin, 

John F. Williams, . 

Company G. 
Private J. E. Darmody, 
44 F. W. Fowle, . 



58 
56 
58 



Company H. 
Corp. Frank R. Blake, . 
Corp. S. T. Kirkpatrick, 
Private R. S. Winsby, . 



Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Company C. 
Lieut. W. M Foster, .... 
Corp. Geo. E. Worthen, 

Company H. 
Corp. W. H. Shinquin, .... 
14 H. M. Davison, .... 
Private Frank E. Cummings, 
44 Frank L. Tabbut, . 



57 



58 
67 

57 
59 



56 
64 



61 



63 
60 

65 



62 
67 



63 
62 



61 

66 



61 



66 
62 
64 
62 



61 



64 

61 
72 



64 



63 
64 
64 
64 
63 
64 



67 
65 
62 
62 



74 
60 
65 

67 
65 



68 



63 
65 
67 



62 
62 



70 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 









SCORKS. 




Badge 










No. 














1883. 


1884. 


1885. 




Eighth Regiment Infantry. 










Company I. 








179 


Capt. E. T. Bracket*, 


_ 


_ 


63 


180 


Company L. 


*" 


— 


62 


123 




_ 


62 


62 


124 




_ 


65 


65 


126 


Company M. 


™ 


60 




61 


Lieut. Edward A. Rogers 


58 


63 


65 


62 


Sergt. C. F. Sargent, 










58 


63 


70 


62 


Musician M. W. Daulton, 










63 


67 


74 


65 


Private C. Frost, . 










55 


64 


70 


181 


Edw. F. Pecker, 










- 




62 




Ninth Regiment Infantry. 










Company F. 








182 




_ 


_ 


64 


183 




_ 


_ 


63 


184 




_ 


_ 


62 


185 


First Corps Cadets. 






66 


66 


Mnj. George R. Rogers, 


58 




_ 


67 


Capt. Andrew Robeson, 










59 


_ 


61 


68 


Lieut. J. Edward R. Hill, 










57 


_ 




69 


" William A. Hayes, 










60 


_ 


64 


70 


" William B. Clarke, 










58 


_ 


60 


71 


" Robert C. Heaton, 










57 


_ 


63 


72 


Sergt. W. L. Bouve\ 










55 


_ 




74 


" C. S. Dole, . 










61 


64 


68 


77 


" C. A. Parker, 










63 




69 


86 


11 F. C. Shepard, . 










55 


60 


66 


75 


Corp. H. S. Dewey, 










56 


_ 


_ 


76 


" F. W. Albee, 










59 


_ 


_ 


78 


" A. W. West, 










54 


_ 


_ 


79 


Musician T. W. Henry, 










57 


61 


63 


80 


Private C. P. Bosson, 










57 


_ 


_ 


82 


" W. R. Hallett, . 










56 


_ 


_ 


84 


" V. C. Pond, 










62 


_ 


64 


85 


" F. A. Seamen, . 










57 


_ 




127 


" E. L. Dorr, 












67 


66 


128 


" W. C. Codman, Jr., . 










_ 


63 




186 


" G.T.Baker, 










_ 




64 


187 


" L. T. Field, 










_ 


_ 


62 


188 


" N. A. Francis, . 










_ 


_ 


60 


189 


" L. E. Grant, 










_ 


_ 


72 


190 


" L. F. Gray, 










- 


_ 


61 


191 


" H. R. Hallett, . 










_ 


_ 


62 


192 


11 L. Haughton, 










- 


- 


63 


193 


" W. C. Johnston, 










_ 


_ 


68 


194 


" C. T. Lovering, 










- 


_ 


64 


195 


" J.Lee, 










_ 


_ 


64 


196 


" R. D. Sears, 










_ 


_ 


66 


197 


" W. S. Simmons, 










_ 


_ 


67 


198 


" F. Whitney, 










- 


- 


63 




Second Corps Cadets. 








199 






- 


68 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 71 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



Badge 
No. 



Scores. 



1883. 1884. 1885. 



129 
91 
89 
130 
201 
200 



202 
203 
204 
205 



165 



206 
207 



First Battalion Cavalry. 



Maj. H. G. Kemp,. 

" Herbert L. Burrell, 
Lieut. James P. Frost, . 

" T. M. Durell, 

" S. B. Newton, 
Sergt. Maj. John Bellamy, 

Company A. 
Private J. E. Staples, . 
" Martin Binney, 
" C. N. Dickinson, 
" Charles Waugh, 



Company D. 
Private J. H. Dillaway, Jr., . 

Company F. 
Corp. Alex. Fisher, 
Private E. H. Keyes, 



55 
66 



64 
60 
70 
59 



68 

74 
60 
58 
58 



65 
65 
58 
57 



65 



58 
57 



72 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



QUALIFIED MARKSMEN— (Second Class). 



Two hundred yards, off hand; highest possible score, 25; requisite for qualifica- 
tion, 20. Badge, of bronze, inscribed with class and year; requalification, bar with 
date. 



Badge 
JSo. 



Scores. 



1883. 1881. 1885 



318 
136 
320 



10 
137 
321 
322 



138 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 



329 
330 
139 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 



11 

13 

141 

337 



338 
142 
143 
144 
339 



Second Brigade. 



Maj. Jos. A. Ingalls, . 
Capt. A. N. Sampson, . 
Sergt. Maj. N. A. Thompson, 

First Regiment Infantry. 



Maj. C. L. Hovey, . 
Lieut. F. Barcheller, 
" F. G. King, . 
Drum Maj. J. F. Clark, 



Company A. 
Lieut. "W. Alexander, . 
Sergt. C. B Brazer, 
Corp. W. Claupein, 
Private K. B. Dawson, 

11 F. Gottwald, 

" R. W. Hill, 

" A. L. Neff, 



Company B 

Capt. F. W. Dallinger, 

Lieut. R. Smith, 

Private H. C. Eldredge, 

" Joseph W. Hartshorn, 

" T. Gerry, . 

" Fred. Lang, 

" C. L. D. Parkhill, 

« H. T. Wade, . 

" F. W. Parker, . 



Company C. 
Capt. J. M. Moulton, 
Lieut A J. Noether, 
Corp. H. N. Libbey, 
Private Fred. Dodge, 



Company D 
Lieut. J. H. Frothingham, 
Sergt. G. F. Batchelder, 

" B. H. Bradlee, 

" J. G. Coes, . 
Musician T. E. Spear, . 



20 



20 



21 



21 



20 



20 
20 



20 
20 
20 



21 
22 
21 

20 



20 
21 
20 
21 
20 
23 
22 



22 
21 

24 

20 
24 
20 
20 
20 



21 



22 


21 


— 


20 




20 


20 


21 


20 


21 


20 


- 



20 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 73 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 









Scores. 




Badge 
















2s o. 




1883. 


1884. 


1885 


145 


Private C. P. Blinn, 


_ 


20 


21 


146 


11 T. L. Donlon, . 












- 


20 


- 


148 


" O. D. Greene, . 












- 


20 


- 


151 


44 J. G. Silver, 












- 


20 


- 


340 


" C. H. Bolles, Jr., 












- 


- 


20 


341 


" G. H. Green, 












- 


- 


21 


342 


" F. J. Macfarlane, 












- 


- 


20 


313 


" F. S. Waterman, 












- 


- 


20 




Company E. 








153 


Sergt. R. R. Topham, 


- 


20 


- 


154 


" Edw. F. Dahill, . 












- 


21 


23 


159 


Corp. Edw. F. Jennings, Jr., 












- 


20 


23 


314 


" G. H. Devoll, 












- 


- 


20 


345 


11 E. A. Perry, . 












- 


- 


20 


21 


Private A. T. Howland, 












22 


- 


- 


22 


" J. Arundale, 












20 


22 


- 


155 


44 Jas. E. Barnum, 












- 


21 


23 


157 


14 Edw. T. Gibbs, . 












- 


20 


22 


160 


14 Lee G. Mark ham, 












- 


20 


- 


161 


44 Win. N. Nelson, 












- 


20 


21 


346 


H. C Churchill, 












- 


- 


20 


347 


C. II. Fuller, 












- 


- 


20 


348 


44 J. L. Gibbs, 












- 


- 


22 


349 


14 C. A. Jordan, . 












- 


- 


20 


350 


44 C. L. McBav, . 












- 


- 


21 


511 


44 O. S. Johnson, . 












- 


- 


20 




Company F. 








351 


Lieut. G. A. King 


- 


- 


20 


352 


44 C. L. Keene, . 












- 


- 


20 


162 


Sergt. B. E. Walcott, . 










- 


20 


20 


353 


Corp. B. H. Strout, 










- 


- 


20 


163 


Private W. H. Hewitt, . 










- 


20 


21 


164 


44 J. M. Anderson, 












- 


22 


22 


165 


44 A. V. Tucker, . 












- 


20 


20 


354 


44 Saml. J. Fowler, 












- 


- 


20 


355 


44 Richard E. Gurney, 












- 


- 


22 


356 


44 F. H. Lothrop, . 












- 


- 


20 


357 


44 J. F. Staigs,', 












- 


- 


20 


358 


44 F. N. Staples, . 












- 


- 


21 


359 


44 A. W. Thompson, . 












- 


- 


20 




Company G. 








360 


Capt. H. G. Wood, 


- 


- 


22 


166 


Lieut. W. L. Fox, . 












- 


20 


21 


361 


Sergt. M. W. Randall, . 












- 


- 


20 


362 


44 C. E. Farnum, . 












- 


- 


20 


363 


Corp. A. A. Kane, 












■ - 


- 


21 


167 


Private Percy W. Ambler, 












- 


21 


— 


168 


44 Frank H. Bunker, 










- 


20 


20 


169 


44 Henrv B. Fisher, Jr., 










- 


20 


20 


364 


44 A. E." Ellis, 










- 


- 


20 


365 


44 A. E. Felch, 










- 


- 


22 


366 


44 A. R. Gay, . 












- 


21 


367 


44 J. R. Hasson, : 










_ 


- 


20 


368 


44 F. J. Pearse, 










1 - 


- 


23 


369 


44 C. E. Rice, 










1 


- 


21 


370 


44 W. A. Wight, . 










- 


- 


20 


371 


44 H. M. Wilson, . 










- 


- 


21 




Company H. 








26 




22 


22 


21 


27 


Sergt. A. F. Hall, . 












23 


21 


- 



74 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



Badge 
No. 



Scores. 



1883. 



1884. 



1885. 



372 
29 

373 
30 
32 
33 



374 
375 
35 
37 
176 
177 
376 
377 
378 



379 
380 
381 
180 
40 
41 
182 
382 
383 



384 
385 
386 



185 

44 

45 

188 

387 



47 
48 
388 



389 
49 
191 
192 
390 
196 
198 
391 
193 
194 
392 
393 
394 
395 



Sergt. H. B. Fenerty, . 
Corp. J. Duncan, . 

" W. W. Cheeney, . 
Private F. L. Cooke, 

" G. I. Lovejoy, . 

" F. W. Sylvester, 

Company I. 

Sergt. W. S. Hathaway, 

Corp. P. E. Pierce, 

Private J. A. Tribou, 

F. M. Wade, . 
" E. McKendrick, 
" R. E. Tilton, . 
" F. Foye, . 
" D.W.Packard, 
" P. C. Blankinship, 



Company K. 
Capt. G. E. Lovett, 
Lieut. Saml. Hobbs, 
" H. Wade, . 
Sergt. F. A. Presby, 
Private H. H. Hill, 

" G. R. Kerr, 

" W. E. Fales, 

" D. E. Gibson, 

" C. A. Strangman, 

Company L. 
Sergt. D. H. Jones, Jr., . 
" J. Hegner, . 
" F. W. Smith, 



Company M. 
Lieut. John D. Monroe, 
Sergt. W. E. Sharpies, Jr., 
Corp. J. W. Ford, . 

" Andrew J. Mclntyre, 
Private P. J. Hullahan, 



Second Regiment Infantry. 

Lt. Col. Embury P. Clark, . 
Maj. Edwin R. Shumway, . 
Lieut. C. A. Pierce, Jr., 

Company A. 
Capt. G. H. Cleveland, .... 
Lieut. James Early, .... 
Sergt. Frank S. Hoyt, .... 

" James R. Cleveland, . 

" F. I. Townsend, .... 
Corp. Matthew R. Morgan, . 

" Moses H. Tisdell, 

" A. D. Jefferson 

Private S. M. Bellows, .... 

" Joseph M. Johnson, . 

" H. A. Bradley, .... 

" A. H. Fogerty 

" C. W. Flint, .... 

" J. M. Johnson, .... 







21 


- 


21 
21 
21 


20 
20 


20 
21 


20 
22 
21 
21 


21 
20 


20 
20 


21 
21 


20 

21 

20 


21 
20 


- 


22 


21 
21 
22 


- 


21 

21 


_ 


21 
22 


— 


— 



21 
21 
22 



23 
20 

20 
20 

22 
21 
21 



20 
20 
23 
20 



20 
20 
21 



23 
20 
20 



20 



21 
20 



20 



20 
22 
21 
21 
21 
20 
21 
22 
21 

20 
20 
20 
24 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



75 



Badge 




Scores. 












No. 














1883. 


1884. 


1885. 




Company B. 








199 


Capt. F. G/Southmayd, 


- 


20 


20 


200 


Lieut. Henrv McDonald, 






- 


20 


- 


201 


11 T. F. Cordis, 






- 


21 


- 


202 


Sergt. J. A. Sterlinsr, 






- 


23 


22 


203 


11 H. T. Boughton, . 






- 


21 


- 


396 


" J. C. Morgan, 






- 


- 


20 


204 


Private F. E Bagley, . 






- 


20 


20 


205 


" J. J. Doyle, 






- 


23 


- 


397 


" J. A. Whiting, . 






- 


- 


22 




Company C. 








53 


Capt. Edward A. Harris 


21 


21 


22 


398 




- 


- 


21 


399 




- 


- 


20 


400 


" Root. A. Mason 

Company D. 






21 


208 




- 


21 


20 


401 


Private John J. McGrath, 

Company F. 






20 


404 


Capt. S. T. Chamberlin 


- 


- 


23 


405 


Lieut. C. N. Edgell, 






- 


- 


21 


406 


Sergt. H. J. Black, 






- 


- 


22 


407 


Corp. N. W. Thompson, 






- 


- 


20 


408 


Private G. W. Bishop, . 






- 


- 


22 


409 


" H. E. Carr, 






- 


- 


20 


410 


11 Alfred Sawin, . 






- 


- 


22 


411 


" G. B. Taylor, . 






- 


- 


22 




Company G. 








210 


Lieut. J. J. Leonard, 


- 


20 


20 


211 


Sergt. G. W. Willard, .... 






- 


22 


- 


68 


Corp. A. H. Stearns 






22 


- 


21 


212 


Musician D. C. Aeeney, 






- 


20 


- 


63 


Private H. L. Steubins, 






20 


- 


- 


213 


" Jas. A. Deblois, 






- 


21 


- 


214 


" C. A. Derby, .... 






- 


20 


- 


402 


" L. H. Perkins, .... 






— 


- 


20 




Company H. 








69 


Capt. Pharcellas D. Bridges, .... 


20 


- 


- 


215 






- 


20 


- 


216 






- 


20 


- 


217 






- 


20 


- 


403 


" Eugene T. Bridges, .... 




- 


- 


21 




Fifth RegimentJnfantry. 








218 


Company A. 


- 


20 


20 • 


221 


Lieut. Chas. E. French, 


- 


21 


21 


219 


Sergt. Geo. P. Anderson, 






- 


21 


- 


412 


Corp. I. P. Horton, .... 






- 


- 


21 


220 


Private Geo. O. Bradbury, . 






- 


21 


20 


222 


" Milan F. Stevens, 






- 


20 


- 




Company B. 








413 




- 


- 


20 


414 


" J. F. Fitzgerald, 






20 



76 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 
Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 







SCORKS. 




Badge 
No. 




















1883. 


1884. 


1885. 




Company C. 








73 




21 


21 


20 


76 


Sergt. F. H. Stone, 


21 


- 


- 


77 




20 


- 


20 


224 




- 


20 


- 


226. 


" C. A. Purdy, 

Company D. 




20 


23 


415 


Sergt. C. H. Cox, 


- 


- 


20 


416 


" C. F. Lebbink, 


- 


- 


20 


417 




- 


- 


20 


418 


Private Wm. E. Davis, 

Company E. 






21 


84 


Sergt. St. D. Severin, 


20 


20 


- 


419 


" A. H. Blake, .... 






- 


- 


20 


420 


Corp. G. H. Lenox, .... 








- 


22 


231 


Private Wm. F. Brink, .... 




. 


- 


20 


21 


232 


" Chas. L. Emerson, 






- 


20 


- 


421 


" C. H. Dav 






- 


- 


20 


422 


" N. J. St. Dennis, 






" 


- 


20 




Company F. 








234 




- 


21 


20 


236 




- 


20 


- 


85 




20 


23 


22 


423 


" George F. Ballard, 

Company G. 






20 


237 


Capt. G. M. Buchanan, ... 


- 


21 


21 


238 


Private Benj L. Trull, 


- 


20 


21 


239 




- 


21 


23 


424 


" Wm. P. Rand, . . . 


- 


- 


21 


426 


Company H. 






21 


240 


Lieut. Belding D. B. Bourne 


- 


21 


20 


241 


Sergt. Frederic L. Armstrong, .... 


- 


20 


- 


242 


» Wm. T. Hill, 


- 


20 


20 


90 




20 


- 


- 


427 


" C. A. Kirkpatrick, 

Sixth Regiment Ixfantrt. 






22 


428 




_ 


_ 


22 


429 


Maj. T. H. Shea, 


- 


- 


22 


431 


G. H. Clothey, Hospital Steward, 
Company A. 






21 


244 


Capt. C. A. Cheney, 


- 


20 


20 


245 


Lieut. Geo. H. Taylor, . 










- 


20 


20 


249 


' : E. J. Gihon, 










- 


21 


23 


250 


Sergt. C. H. Stearns, 










- 


21 


23 


431 


" P. J. Flanders, 










- 


- 


20 


247 


Corp. Charles C. Jones, . 










- 


23 


21 


251 


" H. T. Millett, 










- 


20 


23 


432 


" A. D. Cate, . 










- 


- 


21 


96 


Private J. W. Smith, . 










20 


21 


22 


246 


W. E. Russell, . 










- 


23 


- 


433 


" Win. E. Gray, . 










- 


- 


21 


434 


" Joseph A. Barker, 










- 


- 


20 


435 


" D. N. Malone, . 










- 


- 


20 


436 


" Geo. E. Fenn, . 










- 


- 


20 


437 


" Sylvester Bnrdett, 










- 


- 


20 


512 


" John W. Babbitt, 












" 


23 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



77 



Scores. 



1883. 1884. 



1885. 



Company B. 
Capt. T. W. Sheldon, . 
Sergt. S. E. Buxton, 
Private E. F. Fletcher, . 
C. H. Cooke, . 



Company C 
Capt. G. 0. E. French, . 
Sergt. Chas. Wilson, 
Corp. Chas E Russell,. 
" T G. Fa ins worth, 
Private James Kincade, 
" Geo. H. Bagley, 
" W. C. Burnett, . 
" F. Burnett, 
11 D. C. Harris, . 

Company D. 
Sergt. J. II. Shea, . 
Private Thomas II. Monahan, 

Company E, 
Capt. C. H. Pratt, . 
Lieut. A. 8. Full ford, 

" C. II. White, 
Corp. W. S. Young, 
Private G. G. Scollav, 
" C. II. Young, 



Company F. 
Corp W. J. Angell, 
Private J. W. Small, . 



Company G. 
Sergt. G. P. Brown, 

" W. H. Bean, 

" F. England, 
Private A. Davis, . 



Company H. 
Capt. John F. Berry, 
Sergt. J. Keenan, . 
Private F. U. Berry, 



Corp. S. Tuttle, 



Company I. 



Company K. 
Capt. W. J. Winch, 

Company M. 
Lieut. H. E. Whitney, . 
Sergt. E. H. Ingram, 
Musician Geo. A. Moore, 



Eighth Regiment Infantry. 



Maj. C. M. Sprague, 



Company A. 
Sergt. G. W. Adle, 
Private Geo. A. Weare, . 



20 



21 
23 
22 



20 



22 



21 
21 
21 



21 
20 
21 

20 
20 



20 



20 

22 

21 



20 
22 



20 



20 
25 
20 



21 
22 
20 
20 

22 
21 
20 
21 



21 



21 
20 
20 
20 
23 
20 



20 



20 
20 
20 
20 



20 



21 


22 


- 


21 


22 


21 



21 



78 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 
Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



Badge 
So. 



Scores. 



1883. 1884. 1*>5 



455 
456 
457 



458 



459 
460 
271 
461 
462 



463 
464 
465 
466 
467 



468 
469 



273 
470 
275 
471 
472 
473 
474 



475 
120 
276 
476 
477 



478 
479 



480 
481 
482 



278 
279 



483 

484 



Company B. 
Capt. O. C. Lougee, 
Sergt. C. S. Post, . 
Private Arthur O. Noyes, 



Corp. C. W. Shaw, 



Company D. 



Company H. 
Sergt. W. E. Bacheller, 
Corp. T. F. Murphy, . 
Private C. J. Symonds, . 

" Win. H. Arvedson, . 

11 A. W. Dowst, . 



Company I. 

Lieut. J. M. Fogg, . 

Private B. Hodgdon, 
" H. G. Packer, . 
" J. B. Cummings, 
" A. T. Walcott, . 



Company K. 
Sergt. W. F. Rodrigras, 
Private Daniel Bradley, 



Company L. 
Capt. H. P. Ballard, 
Lieut. F. E. Benjamin, . 
Corp. E. B. C. Ericsson, 

" L. A. Hopp, . 
Private E. C. Maynard, 
" M. L. Richards, 
" H. L. Thompson, 



Company M. 
Capt. L. L. Duchesney, 
Private G. H. Seaverns, 

" Wm. Lord, 

" Frank J. Borneman, . 

" J. A. Hadley, . 



Ninth Regiment Infantry. 



Adjt. D. McGuire, 
John Hogan, Paymaster, 

Company B. 
Capt. J. W. Mahoney, . 
Private Jas. H. Cronin, . 
" W. N. Stevens, . 



Company D. 
Lieut. W. H. Maginn, . 
Sergt. J. J. Callahan, 



Company E. 
Corp. S. A. Ryan, . 
Private Florence Donahoe, . 



22 



20 



20 
20 



22 
20 



20 
20 



23 
20 
20 



20 



21 

20 
20 
20 
20 



20 
20 
20 
21 
20 



23 
20 



21 
22 
24 
22 
20 
21 
21 



23 
22 
21 
20 
23 



20 
20 



20 
20 
20 



20 



20 
22 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



79 









Scores. 




Badge 
No. 






















1883. 


1884. 


1885. 




Company F. 








281 




- 


20 


21 


282 




- 


20 


- 


285 


First Corps Cadets. 




20 




121 


Capt. Francis H. Appleton 


20 


_ 


20 


122 


Corp. A. E. Averv, 










21 


20 


21 


123 


" G. H. Brodhead, . 










20 


_ 


- 


288 


" H. C. Wells, 










- 


20 


— 


289 


" F. E. Cabot, . 










_ 


20 


- 


294 


" Geo. B. Ager, Jr., 










. 


22 


20 


125 


Private M. J. Pickering, 










20 


- 


- 


290 


" G. Abbott, . 










_ 


20 


- 


292 


" E. W. Hodgkins, 










_ 


20 


_ 


296 


" G. H. Swasey, . 










_ 


20 


- 


297 


" A. Andrews, 










_ 


20 


- 


298 


" A. L. Rotch, 










_ 


20 


- 


486 


" R. S. Codman, . 










_ 


_ 


20 


487 


" W. A. Copeland, 










- 


- 


20 


488 


" F. B. Carpenter, 






• 




- 


- 


23 


489 


" F. E. Cabot, 










— 


_ 


20 


490 


" T. K. Cummins, 










_ 


_ 


20 


491 


" G. E. Haskell, . 










_ 


_ 


20 


492 


" J. A. Hackett, . 










_ 


_ 


21 


493 


" W. S. Otis, 










_ 


_ 


20 


494 


" H. F. Sears, 










_ 


_ 


20 


495 


" H. D. Warren, . 










- 


- 


20 




Second Corps Cadets. 








127 


Lieut. Charles W. Lang, 


21 


_ 


_ 


129 




23 


- 


_ 


496 




_ 


— 


21 


497 


First Battalion Cavalry. 






22 


498 


C. W. H. Sanborn, Quartermaster Sergt., . 


_ 


_ 


20 


499 


C. L. Holt, Chief Bugler, 

Company A, Cavalry. 






20 


500 


Capt. H. D. Andrews, 


- 


_ 


20 


302 


Lieut. E. B. Wadsworth, 










_ 


20 


20 


501 


" I. H. Allard, 










_ 


_ 


20 


502 


Corp. F. K. Neal, . 










- 


_ 


21 


303 


Private M. W. Haskell, 










_ 


21 


— 


503 


" G. W. Chesley, . 










- 


- 


20 


504 


" J. T. Jones, " . 










_ 


_ 


20 


505 


" W. Hoitt, . 










— 


_ 


22 


506 


M A. T. Harwood, 










- 


- 


20 




Company D, Cavalry. 








507 




- 


_ 


20 


311 


Private John Perrins, Jr., 


_ 


21 


22 


312 




_ 


20 


21 


314 


" O. F. Cox, . . . . 
Company F, Cavalry. 




20 


" 


508 


Capt. S. H. Fletcher, . . 


- 


— 


20 


509 




- 


_ 


20 


510 












- 


- 


20 



80 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 









Scores. 




Badge 
















No. 














1883. 


1884. 


1883. 




Signal Corps, First Brigade. 








319 


Sergt. F. TV. Rogers, 


_ 


- 


22 


425 


" E. S. Savory, 










- 


- 


20 


485 


" F. L. Creesy, 










- 


- 


21 


119 


Private H. B. Dennett, . 










20 


- 


21 


513 


" Ed. TV. Bettinson, . 










- 


- 


20 


514 


" C. E. F. Clark, . 










- 


- 


20 


515 


" TV. E. Hooten, . 










- 


- 


20 


516 


" G. W. Little, . 










- 


- 


20 


517 


" TV. L. Skinner, . 










- 


- 


21 


518 


" Joseph Battles, . 










- 


- 


20 


519 


" Benj. A. Parker, 










- 


- 


20 


520 


" C. D. Lyford, . 










— 


— 


21 



1886.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



81 



QUALIFIED MARKSMEN— (Third Class). 



Highest possible score, 25; requisite for qualification, 17. Officers and men in this class 
receive badge for first year, and bullets for two qualifications after. * denotes qualifications 
before 1882. 





Scores. 




Badge 










So. 




1 








1*82. 1 1883. 


1884. 


1885. 




First Brigaui:. 










320 


Lieut. Col. W. M. Olin, .... 


- 


17 


18 


19 


657 


Maj. J. W. Sanger, .... 


- 


- 


18 


19 


558 


(■apt. E.T. Bouvr 

Second Brigade. 






18 




825 


Lieut. Col. Thos. Kittredge, . 


- 






18 


826 


Capt. Ezra J. Trull 


- 


- 


- 


18 


827 


Sergt. II E. Converse, .... 


- 


- 


- 


18 


828 


"' P. W. Sprague 

First Regiment Infantry. 






" 


17 


323 


Maj. 0. H. Marion, .... 


- 


17 


_ 


18 


829 


Q. M. Sergt. F. H. Young, . 
Company A. 








19 


567 


Capt. F. H. Briggs, .... 


- 


- 


18 


17 


385 


Lieut. W. S. Pepperell, . 






- 


19 


18 


19 


830 


Sergt. P. W. Gowen, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


831 


" H. C. Bamberg, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


832 


" G. I. Robinson, Jr., 






- 


- 


- 


18 


833 


Corp. John Scheib, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


326 


" John Kenny, . 






- 


17 


17 


18 


459 


Private C. W. Pierce, 






19 


18 


- 


19 


835 


11 W. G Ball, 






- 


- 


- 


18 


836 


" C. A. Bowman, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


837 


F. A. Cutter, 






- 


- 


- 


18 


838 


" J. T. Gilmartin, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


839 


" Henry Hazlitt, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


840 


" G. E. Lintaman, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


841 


" W. S. Locke, Jr., 






- 


- 


- 


19 


842 


" J. B. Masuire, . 






- 




- 


18 


843 


A. Rohrer, . 






- 


— 


- 


17 


844 


" A. J. Schultz, . 






- 


_ 


- 


17 


845 


" Sidnev Smytb, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


846 


" F. C. Weniger, . 






— 


- 


■■ 


18 




Company B. 










847 


Lieut, C. H. Hillman, . 


- 


- 




19 


333 


Sergt. W. E. Lombard, . 






- 


17 


17 


19 


848 


" A. V. Drew, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


849 


" C. H. Wright, 






- 


- 


- 


18 


850 


" C. P. Cox, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


851 


Corp. F. O. Fellows, 






' 






18 



82 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 









Scores. 




Badge 












No. 
















1882. 


1883. 


1884. 


1885. 


852 


Corp. J. E. Day, 


wm 






17 


329 


Private H. G. Wells, 






- 


18 


18 


18 


335 


" M. Underwood, . 






- 


18 


- 


17 


575 


11 E. H. Burton, . 






- 


■» 


18 


19 


853 


" Burt Arnold, 






_ 




- 


19 


854 


F. W. Bragg, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


855 


C. R. Barlow, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


856 


E. R. Ellis, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


857 


C.E. Folsom, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


858 


P. S. Halev, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


859 


W. F. Hubbard', 






- 


- 


- 


19 


860 


H. C. Johnson, . 






_ 


- 


_ 


17 


861 


W. G. Johnson, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


862 


E. L. Marsh, 






- 


- 


- 


19 


863 


" E. L. Morse, 








- 


- 


19 


864 


F. L. Mitchell, . 








- 


- 


17 


865 


C. W. Stevens, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


866 


" H. Simpson, Jr., 






- 


- 


- 


17 


867 


" R. C. Waterhouse, 






- 


- 


- 


17 




Company C. 










576 


Sergt. P. A. Dyar, 




- 


17 


18 


868 


" G. F. Quimby, .... 




- 


- 


17 


579 


Private A. C. Kilgore, .... 


- 


- 


19 


- 


869 


" H. W. Fitch, .... 
Company I). 








18 


348 


Corp. W. R. Masury, .... 


- 


18 


_ 




341 


Private C. A. Andrews, . 






- 


17 


- 


17 


346 


" J. S. Keenan, 






- 


17 


- 


17 


349 


" L. S. Munroe, 






- 


19 


17 


18 


350 


" C. E. Sanger, 






- 


18 


- 


• 17 


352 


" F. M. Thomas, . 






- 


17 


- 


- 


581 


F. F. Carroll, . 






- 


- 


19 


19 


582 


" L. A. Gaylord, . 






- 


- 


18 


17 


583 


" Frank H. Glover, 






- 


- 


19 


18 


584 


" Geo. C. Haines, . 






- 


- 


17 


18 


585 


" Frank H. Mudge, 






- 


- 


19 


- 


870 


" J. A. Hunneman, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


871 


" W. Lawrence, 






_ 


- 


- 


18 


872 


" J. B. Patterson, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


873 


" H. T. Weeks, . 






- 




- 


19 




Company E. 










87 


Lieut. A. Ellis 


17 


19 


- 


874 


Sergt. H. S. Swain, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


107 


Private C. L. McBay, 






23 


21 


- 


- 


590 


D. W. Croacher, 






- 




17 


18 


875 


F. G. Downs, 






- 




- 


19 


876 


C. E. Hatch, 






_ 


- 


- 


18 


877 


F. B. Norton, . 






- 




- 


19 


878 


" Geo. Peirce, 






- 


_ 


- 


19 


879 


W. P. Peirce, 






- 


- 


- 


18 


880 


J. M. Taber, 






- 




- 


17 




Company F. 








92 


Corp. J. Cornell, 18 


18 


17 


18 


368 


" Geo. E. Davis, 






- 


17 


18 


18 


394 


" B. H. Strout, . 








18 


- 


- 


881 


Private H. H. Davis, 






_ 


- 


- 


17 


882 


W. A. Gifford, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


883 


" E. W. Lincoln, . 






- 




- 


18 


884 


" W. B. Murdock, 






- 




- 


18 


885 


C. W. Robinson, 






- 




- 


18 


886 


" W. S. Rachford, 






" 




— 


18 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUxMENT — No. 7. 83 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 















Scores. 




Badge 


• 
















No. 
















|HS>. 


|hs;j. 


1884. 


1885. 




Company G. 










887 


Sergt. C. Damon, 


- 


- 


- 


17 


888 


Corp. A. Norderman, 








- 


- 


- 


19 


889 


Private E. F. Bigelow, 








- 






18 


890 


" H. E. Conant, 








- 


_ 


- 


17 


891 


" T. F. Collins, 








- 


- 


- 


17 


892 


G. A. Driscoll, 








- 


- 


- 


17 


893 


W. H.Davi- 








- 


- 


- 


18 


894 


" Geo. Madden, 








- 


- 


- 


18 


895 


J. A. D. Mills, 








- 


- 


- 


19 


896 


P. Stevens, . 








" 


- 


- 


18 




Company 11. 










897 


Lieut. G. W. Chicken, 


- 


- 


- 


17 


898 


Sergt. E. B. Dow, . 




- 


- 


- 


19 


899 


Musician C. W. Flanders, 






- 


- 


- 


19 


284 


Private F. J. Apted, 






18 


19 


- 


19 


285 


C. B. Burleigh, . 






17 


18 


- 


- 


296 


" E. E. Tobey, 






17 


19 


- 


- 


297 


E. A. Whitney, . 






18 


19 


18 


19 


373 


" AV r . T. E. Prior, . 






- 


17 


- 


- 


554 


W. Butler, . 






- 


17 


- 


- 


611 


" Alex. Cook, 






- 


- 


17 


19 


900 


F. L. Given, 






- 


- 


- 


19 


901 


C. H. Winn, 






- 


- 


- . 


17 




Company I. 










902 


Capt. N. E. Leach, . ' . 


- 


- 


- 


18 


903 


Lieut. E. E. Herrod, 






- 


- 


- 


18 


613 


Sergt. S. O. Martland, 






- 


- 


17 


17 


614 


" L. M. Bates, . 






- 


- 


IS 


18 


904 


" C. Williamson, . 






i 


- 


- 


19 


616 


Corp. Frank Carr, . 






_ 


- 


18 


19 


378 


Private G. F. Hart, . 






- 


17 


- 


- 


618 


W. J. Howard, . 






- 


- 


18 


- 


619 


F. H. Marshall, . 






_ 


- 


18 


17 


621 


" W. S. Packard, . 






- 


- 


17 


- 


905 


R. J. Boyden, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


906 


F. S. Bovden, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


907 


" A. S. Chase, 








- 


- 


17 


908 


" F. N. Hall, . 








- 


- 


19 


909 


" F. L. Kendall, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


910 


W. T. Pierce, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


911 


G. E. Sargent, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


912 


" N. G. Sawyer, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


913 


S. H. Taylor, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


914 


L. J. Wilbur, 






- 


- 


- 


19 


915 


H. G. Winsor, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 




Company K. 










179 


Private H. L. Woodworth, 


17 


- 


- 


- 


391 


" F. W. Huckins, . 






- 


17 


17 


1!) 


625 


" J. L. Hill, . 






- 


- 


18 


17 


916 


F. D. Billings, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


917 


W. C. Noble, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


918 


" W. F. Norman, . 








- 


- 


17 


919 


O. P. Sanderson, 






- 


- 


- 


1!) 


920 


X. W. Tiernev, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


921 


" A. P. Vialle, 






- 


- 


- 


17 




Company L. 










626 


Capt. Henry Carstensen, 


- 


- 


19 


19 


628 ! 


Corp. Frank O. Brooks, .... 


- 


- 


19 . 


18 


629 ; 


" Albert W. Noll, .... 


— 


~ 


18 


19 



84 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 





Scores. 




Badge 
No. 




















1**2. 1 1**3. 


1884. 


1885. 


922 


Corp. F. J. Cook, 


_ 


_ 


17 


(530 


Private Alex. Livingstone, 


- 


18 


- 


923 


J. E. Smith, .... 


- 


- 


17 


924 


" H. White, 




- 


18 




Company M. 






925 


Capt. S. L. Braley, 


- - - 


17 


926 


Lieut. C. B. Woodman, . 






_ 


19 


402 


Sergt. W. B. Edgar, 






19 


18 


18 


927 


" L. W. Mason, 






- 


- 


18 


928 


Corp. M. A Wilmartl), . 






- 


17 


403 


Private W. J. Meek, 






17 18 


19 


405 


" J. Walsh. . 






17 


18 


19 


032 


" John F. Johnston, 






17 


17 


929 


F. L. Borden, . 








17 


930 


" J. A. Crowlev, . 






- 


- 


17 


931 


C. B. Gardner, . 








- 


18 


932 


" Geo. Hollins, 






- 


17 


933 


" John Keogh, 






_ 


17 


934 


" E. A. Kingman, . 






- - - 


17 


935 


F. W. Ramsav, . 






_ _ _ 


18 


936 


O. F. Robbins, . 






- 


19 


937 


" Edmund Reeves, 






- 


- 


- 


17 




Second Regiment Infa 


XTKV. 










633 


Col. B. F. Bridges, Jr., . 


• 


- 


- 


18 


- 




Company A. 










G35 


Lieut. W. D. Preston, .... 


- 


17 


19 


422 


Sergt. C. A. Wood, . 






- 


17 


17 


- 


636 


" D. W. Burt, . 






- 


- 


17 


- 


637 


" G. E. Olson, . 






- 


17 


18 


938 


" A. E. Brown, 






- 


- 


- 


19 


416 


Corp. E. Landry, 






- 


19 


17 


- 


939 


Musician G. E. Sweet, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


414 


Private T. F. Downev, . 






- 


17 


- 


18 


419 


" H. F. Merritt, . 






- 


,18 


- 


- 


940 


<•' B. W. Bemis. 






- 


- 


- 


17 


941 


" CM. Fogerty, . 






- 


- 


18 


942 


" G. W. Lawrence, 






- 


- 


19 


943 


" J. W. Lepire, 






- 


- 


19 


944 


" G. W. Mossman, 






- 


- 


18 


945 


C. S. Perry, 






- 


- 


19 


946 


J. H. Scollay, . 






- 


- 


18 


947 


C. L. Sharpies, . 






- 


- 


18 


948 


" A. S. Wayland, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 




Company />'. 










428 


Corp. R. H. Hawes, .... 


- 


17 


18 


- 


949 


Musician M. C. Frawley, 




. 


- 


- 


- 


17 


429 


Private G. W. Paige, 




. 


- 


19 


- 


- 


641 


T. J. Green, 




, , 


- 


- 


19 


19 


642 


" Geo Hancock, . 




. , 


- 


- 


17 


- 


643 


J. W. Keyes, 






- 


19 


18 


950 


" F. L. Hosmer, . 




• 






18 




Company C. 










645 


Lieut. W. E. Tarbell, .... 


- 


- 


17 


- 


951 


Private F. H. Hopkins, .... 


- 


_ 


- 


17 


952 : " R. W. Matthews, 


- 




17 


953 


" C. A. Morse, 


• 


• 


— 




~ 


17 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 85 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 







Scores. 




Badge 
No. 
























1882. 


1**3. 


1**4. 


188.1. 




Company D. 








184 


Lieut. 11. Fenno, . .17 




- 


IS 


435 


Corp. J. C. Gamaehe, 






- 


19 


17 


- 


437 


Private W. O. Shelley, . 






- 


19 


17 


17 


651 


G. Doran, . 






- 




18 


- 


662 


" L. A. Williston, . 






- 


- 


17 


18 


653 


•' J. B. Donoghue, 






- 




17 


17 


654 


" L. E. Blackmer, . 






- 


- 


17 


- 


954 


" J. A. Barnes, 






- 


- 


- 


is 


955 


" Peter Godin, 






- 


- 


- 


IS 


956 


" J. H. Prilev, 






- 




- 


19 


957 


F. J). Phillips, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 




Company /•'. 










965 


Sergt. A. E. Knowlton, .... 


- 


- 


- 


19 


966 


Corp. F. H. Kendall, 






_ 


- 


_ 


18 


660 


Private Henry W. Carr, . 






_ 


- 


17 


- 


662 


Geb. A. Hubbard, 






_ 


- 


17 


- 


663 


" G. W. Hunting, . 






- 


- 


18 


- 


666 


" .larvis Thompson, 






- 


- 


is 


- 


668 


Geo. B. Wood, . 






- 


- 


17 


- 


967 


" C. II. Hartshorn, 






- 


- 


- 


19 


968 


F. W. llartwell, . 






— 


- 


- 


17 


969 


O. M. Gray, 






_ 


- 


- 


1!) 


970 


B. F. Thrasher. . 






- 


- 


- 


18 




Company G. 










407 


( 'apt. Geo. P. Sessions 


- 


18 


19 


17 


214 


Corp. W. II. Wesson, . 






18 


- 


17 


- 


669 


" W. E. Johnson, . 








- 


17 


- 


(170 


Private II. J. Donnelly, . 








- 


17 


- 


958 


" M. Cavanagh, 






- 




- 


19 


959 


D. J. Canty, 






_ 


- 


- 


IS 


9(50 


W. C. Haves, . 






_ 




- 


IS 


961 


" M. J. Kenna, 






_ 


- 


- 


18 


962 


" J. E. Lanergan, . 








- 


- 


17 


963 


G. J. Otto, . 






_ 


- 


- 


li) 


964 


" w. M. Myrick, . 






- 




- 


19 




Company H. 










443 


Sergt. M. D. Bridges, .... 


- 


19 


- 


- 


971 


Private C. D. Stoekbridge, 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. 








18 


672 


Lieut. J. A. Mead, 


.1 


_ 


17 


_ 


445 


Drum-Major H. H. Bovnton, 


- 


19 


- 


19 


972 


Sergt. Major C. B. Cabot, 


- 


- 


19 




Company A. 










973 


Private H. I. Jenkins, .... 
Company B. 








18 


675 


Capt. T. C. Henderson, .... 


- 


- 


18 


- 


215 


Lieut. A. K. Sweet, 






19 


18 


17 


- 


<i77 


Sergt. W. J. Balmer, 






- 


- 


18 


1!) 


222 


Private F. A. Henderson, 






19 


- 


- 


19 


450 


" D. C. Thompson, 






- 


17 


- 


- 


680 


C. A. Blair, 






- 


- 


19 


- 


68 i 


" J. O. Gould, 






- 


- 


19 


- 


974 


" C. D. Austin, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


975 


F. J. Calkins, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


976 


W. J. Finnick, . 








— 


— 


17 



86 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



Badge 
No. 



977 
978 
979 



980 
452 
453 
981 
982 
684 
983 
984 
985 
986 



Private W. S. Phillips, . 
H. C. Stearns, . 
W. H. Stearns, . 

Company C. 
Lieut. J. C. Kennedy, 
Sergt. F. R. Kevser, 
Corp. C. H. Dunn, . 
" W. W. Newell, . 
" Geo. C. Applin, . 
Private Edward \V. Hodgson 
" W. S. Bancroft, . 
" Frederic E. Butler, 
Albert D. Williams, 
John S. Williams, 



Company D. 
228 Private J. J. Capelle, 

987 " J. H. Peabody, . 

Company E. 

988 Private A. W. Clark, 

989 " Wni. James, 

990 " C.S.Merrill, 

991 « Wm. Morrissey,. 

Company F. 

992 Sergt. F. H. McGuinness, 
468 Private Jas. Barton, 

993 " Ed. Fahey, . 

994 « A.F.Goodwin, .' 

995 " M. Nevins, . 

996 " C. J. Maloney. . 

997 " 0. F. Rourke,' . 
" E. M. Whitney, . 

Company G. 
475 Sergt. A. J. Dickinson, . 
999 Private E. E. Foss, 

" W. T. Carswell, . 

Company H. 
695 Private Edw. E. Jameson, 

697 " Geo. S. McKennev, 

698 " Geo. E. Staples, . 



Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Ill Maj. C. F. Woodward, . 
1001 " G. H. Chaffin, ... 



Company A. 

128 Sergt. C. E. Walton, 

1002 | Corp. A. E. Russell, 

247 Private J. Muse, 

248 " E. F. Preston, . 
399 " H. W. Stoddard, 
488 " W. E. Twomblv, 
699 " Chas. S. Emerson, Jr 

1003 « W. M. Atherton, 

1004 " J. B. Fairbanks, 

1005 » G. W. Hunter, . 

1006 « H. W. .Millett, . 



Scores. 



1882. 



is*:*. 



IHH4. 



17 

18 



19 



18 



18 



17 



19 

17 



18 

* 



17 

18 
17 



18 



17 
18 
17 



17 

18 
17 



19 



1885. 



18 
17 
19 



17 
19 

19 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 
17 
18 



17 



17 
17 
19 
17 



18 
19 
17 
19 
18 
17 
17 
18 



19 
19 
17 



18 



18 
18 
18 
17 



17 

17 
19 
19 
19 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 87 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 







scores. 




Badge 








No. 
















1882. 


1883. 


1884. 


1885. 


1007 


Private G. E. Moncrief, . 


_ 






17 


1008 


" John O'Connell 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1009 


" Frank Storv, .... 


- 


- 


- 


18 


1010 


G. E. Stubbs, .... 
Company B. 








18 


1011 


Lieut. W. F. Page, . 


- 


_ 




IS 


710 


Sergt. Frank A. Greer, . 






- 


- 


19 


18 


712 


Corp. Joseph E. Jacques, 






- 


- 


17 


- 


713 


Musician Frank H. Jaquith, 






- 


- 


18 


17 


711 


Private F. O. Babbitt, . 






- 


- 


17 


19 


714 


" L. G. Stone, 










17 


- 


1012 


F. B. Crooker, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1013 


W. D. Colburn, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1014 


W. M. Flint, 






- 


- 


- 


19 


101") 


E. B. Forrestall, 






- 


- 


- 


18 


1010 


F. D. Guptill, . 






. 


_ 


_ 


19 


1017 


W. H. Hadlev, . 






- 


- 


- 


IS 


1018 


J. A. Hunt, 






_ 


- 


- 


18 


1019 


B. G. Parshkv, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


1020 


" W. L. Warner, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 




Company C. 










817 


Sergt. A. E. Hcald, 


- 


- 


17 


- 


818 


Corp. Jas. Ashworth, 






- 


- 


17 


17 


719 


Private 1). J. Farley, 






_ 


17 


- 


721 


" George Otley, 






- 


- 


17 


- 


1021 


" Thos. \V. Bally, . 






- 


- 


- 


18 


1022 


C. H. Kneeland, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1023 


" O. M. Pratt, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1024 


" A. F. Stanton, . 








- 


- 


18 




Company 1). 










1025 


Capt. J. H. Kirby, . 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1020 


Corp. II. McManns, 






- 


_ 


- 


19 


1027 


" J. H. Cronan, 






- 


- 


- 


18 


722 


Private John Mannix, 






- 


- 


18 


17 


721 


" John F. Ronrke, 2d, 






- 


- 


18 


19 




Company E. 










1028 


Sergt. F. A. Brooks, 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1029 


" A. F. Freeman, 






- 


- 


- 


19 


1030 


" A. E. Willard, 








- 


- 


19 


1031 


Corp. E. H. Hoar, . 






- 


- 


- 


19 


1032 


Private E. Brooks, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1033 


J. Holden, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1034 


M. C. Linendall, 






_ 


- 


- 


19 


1035 


G. F. Sanford, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1030 


E. I. Whitney, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1037 


M. B. Whipple, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 




Company F. 










250 


Capt. Thomas E. Jackson, 


17 


- 


- 


19 


1038 


Lieut. W. A. Clisbee, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


145 


Sergt. C. K. Jackson, 






* 


- 


- 


- 


253 


" C. D. Fay, . 






17 


- 


- 


19 


294 


" D. McAuslin, 






17 


- 


- 


- 


702 


" Chas. H. Greenwood, . 






_ 


- 


19 


18 


2.17 


Corp. W. H. Swift, . 






19 


- 


18 


19 


1039 


" F. A. Trull, . 






- 


- 


- 


17 


1040 


" H. W. Exly, 






- 


- 


- 


17 


703 


Musician Henrv C. Dansereau, 




- 


- 


17 


- 


256 


Private W. E. Dufur, . 






17 


- 


- 


- 



88 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 







Scores. 




Badge 










No. 














1883. 


1883. 


1884. 


1885. 


704 


Private Wm. H. Slocum, 






19 


18 


705 


Chas. F. Strattard, . 


_ 


_ 


19 




1041 


" H. Bradstreet, .... 




_ 




19 


1042 


" F. W. Blanchard, 




_ 


_ 


18 


1043 


" A. M. Laraway, .... 




_ 


_ 


18 


1044 


" H. M. Perry, .... 
Company G. 




~ 




17 


706 


Capt. C. H. Richardson, 


_ 


_ 


18 




489 


Lieut. Asa W. Mead, .... 




19 


19 


19 


1045 


" F. E. Cleveland, .... 


_ _ 




17 


707 


Sergt. M. H Leighton, .... 


_ 


_ 


17 


18 


491 


Corp. F. Baglev, 


- 


19 


19 


18 


1046 


" A. C. Symonds 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18 


497 


Private J. L. Marren, .... 


_ 


17 


18 




1047 


M. J. Cowen, .... 


_ 






18 


1048 


F. H. Derby, .... 
Company H. 


— 


■" 


— 


18 


726 


Sergt. W. S. Hurd, 


_ 


_ 


17 


_ 


265 


Private E. W. Foster, .... 


19 


_ 




_ 


727 


" Herbert J. Bean, 




_ 


17 


_ 


729 


Harry W. Woodward, 


_ 


_ 


19 




730 


John C. Small, .... 


- 


- 


19 


- 




Company I. 








731 


Sergt. John H. Flint 


_ 


18 


_ 


732 


Private S. Buttrick, .... 


_ 


19 


17 


733 


" Cyrus H. Cook, .... 


_ 


18 




734 


T. O. Dean, .... 


_ 


17 




735 


S. Wheeler, .... 


_ _ 


17 


__ 


1049 


" Elmus Oliver, .... 


_ 


_ 




17 


1050 


" Thos. F. Scott, .... 
Company K. 




"■ 


— 


19 


1051 


Corp. E. W. Perkins, . 


_ 


_ 




18 


1052 


Private W. H. Chase, .... 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 


1053 


" Herman Derbv, .... 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18 


1054 


G. W. El well," .... 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18 


1055 


L. N. B. Mooney, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 


1056 


Chas. Wild, . 
Company L. 




" 


" 


19 


501 


Sergt. W. E. Carter, Jr., 


_ 


18 


_ 


_ 


502 


" H. Dent, 


_ 


17 


_ 




503 


Private A. W. Goodwin, 
Company M. 


— 


19 




— 


736 


Lieut. J. R. Bennett, .... 


_ 


_ 


17 


19 


273 


Sergt. N. Durfee, 


19 


18 






276 


Private J. A. Harden, 


19 




„ 


_ 


507 


H. I. Brown, .... 
Eighth Regiment Infantry. 




17 






1057 


Lt. Col. F. A. Osgood, .... 


_ 






17 


739 


Maj. Geo. A. Copeland, .... 


_ 


_ 


17 




1058 


" C. E. Chase, 


_ 


_ 




19 


1059 


Lieut. J. G. Warner, .... 


_ 




_ 


19 


1060 


Q. M. Sergt. W. A. Dodge, . 
Company A. 


" 


— 


" 


18 


511 


Lieut. Charles W. Adams, 


_ 


17 


17 


18 


1061 


" E. E. Towne, .... 


— 






18 



1886.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



89 



Qualitiki) Marksmen — Continued. 







Scores. 




Badge 


















No. 
















1882. 


1883. 


1884. 


188.1. 


516 


Corp. C. Tucker, 


17 


_ 


_ 


1062 


Private D. Bucklev, .... 


- 


- 


19 


1063 


" D Collins] 


- 


- 


18 


1064 


" Joseph McManus, 


- 


- 


17 




Company B. 










1065 


r. F. W. Goodwin, .... 


- 




- 


19 


1066 


" J. H. Ireland 


- 




- 


17 


1067 


Corp. C. W. Avers, 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1068 


Private Robert Lewis, .... 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1069 


Wm. B.Frost, . . . . 
Company C. 








19 


743 


Sergt. Frank Ballard, .... 


- 


- 


19 


- 


1070 


" F. A. Graves, .... 


- 


- 




17 


1071 


Corp. E. N. Gleason, .... 


- 


- 




17 


744 


Private A. L. Green, .... 
( 'ompany D. 






18 




517 


Lieut. F. Murray, 


- 


18 


19 


1072 


" E. H. Smith, .... 


- 


- 


18 


518 


Sergt. J. W. Chafi . 


18 


19 


17 


522 


" W. E. Smith 


- 


18 


18 


19 


1073 


Corp. C. T. Hilliker, .... 


- 


- 


- 


19 


519 


Private A. N. Hood, .... 


17 


- 


- 


1 171 


E. D. Dennis, .... 


- 


- 


17 


1075 


" Alphonso Martin, 
Company E. 






17 


1076 


Lieut. J. A. Ober, 


- 


- 


17 


523 


Sergt. O. A. Grorten, .... 
Company H. 


_ 


18 






752 


Private M. .). Carroll, .... 


- 


- 


17 


- 


1077 


W. N. Burbaok, 


- 


- 


19 


1078 


W. F. Brown, .... 


- 


- 


17 


1079 


Thos. A. Gcrring, 
Company I. 






18 


526 


Sergt. E. Gove, 


18 


18 


19 


1080 


" A. P. B. Kellev, .... 


- 


- 


19 


528 


Corp. W. A. Hook, .... 


18 


- 


19 


753 


Edward Bogart, .... 


- 


17 


- 


1081 


" E. E. Smith, 


- 


- 


19 


1082 


Private W. B. Besson, .... 


- 


- 


17 


1083 


E. E. Grey, .... 


- 


- 


18 


1084 


F. A. Snow, .... 


- 


- 


19 


1085 


" A. L. Whitten, .... 
Company K. 








17 


1086 


Corp. Calvin P. Pierce, .... 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1087 


Private Daniel Gearv, .... 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1088 


John Kelley, .... 


- 


- 


- 


18 


1089 


" John F. Kenney, 


- 


- 


17 


1090 


" John Ryan, .... 
Company L. 






18 


757 


Lieut. H. Y. Hildreth, .... 


- 


18 


- 


758 


Sergt. L. F. Colbv, 


- 


17 


17 


1091 


" C. A. Perkins, .... 


- 




18 


759 


Corp. H. H. Turner, .... 


- 


18 


- 


760 


Private W. E. Barker, .... 


- 


17 


19 


761 


" H. B. Presby, .... 


— — 


17 


18 



90 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 

Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 





Scores. 




Badge 












No. 










1882. 


1883. 1884. 


1885. 


1092 


Private E. E. Xewhall, .... 


_ 


19 


1093 


" F. P. Bennett, .... 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1094 


K. E. Browne, .... 
Company M. 






" 


17 


1095 


Lieut. W. L. Stedman, .... 


- 


- 


- 


18 


763 


Sergt. G. A. Sanborn, .... 


- 


- 


17 


- 


1096 


" John A. Jones, .... 


- 


- 


- 


18 


1097 


Corp. A. Duchesney, .... 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1098 


" Andrew Reeves, .... 


- 


- 


_ 


19 


1099 


" F. A. Warren, .... 






- 


17 


764 


Private Wm. Jameson, .... 


- 


- 


18 


18 


1100 


" Robert A. Clark, 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1101 


" John Fredette, .... 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1102 


" H. Fred Jenkins, 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1103 


W. R. Sawver, .... 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1104 


" Chas. B. Smith, .... 
Xixth Regiment Infantry. 


~ 






18 


1105 


Col. W. M. Strachan, .... 


_ _ 


_ 


18 


1106 


Lieut. Col. L. J. Logan, 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1107 


Maj.P. J. Gradv, 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1108 


11 F. B. Bogan, 


- 


- 


- 


18 


1109 


Lieut. F. Mullen, 

Company B. 








17 


766 


Lieut. E. W. Hagerty, .... 


- 


- 


18 


- 


1110 


Corp. D. J. Kelliher 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1111 


Private J. W. Booth, .... 


- 


- 


- 


18 


1112 


" Robt. E. Moore, 


- 


- 


- 


18 


1113 


G. D. Murphv, .... 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1114 


O. P. Russell, .... 
Company C. 








17 


1115 


Private Thos. H. Mitchell, 
Company D. 








19 


533 


Capt. Michael J. McCarty, 


- 


17 


19 


17 


1116 


Lieut. Edw. Eagan, .... 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1117 


Sergt. James M. Tieniey, 


- 


- 


- 


18 


1118 


Corp. A. S. Quinn 


- 


- 


— 


l l 


1119 


" J. J. Sharkey, .... 


- 


- 


— 


19 


768 


Private F. C. Ward, .... 


- 


18 


19 


1120 


W. H. Boyle, .... 


- 


- 


- 


19 


1121 


«' W. G. Newman, 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1122 


" I. \Y. Mahoney, 


- 


- 




19 




Company E. 








1123 


Lieut. F. F. Dougherty, .... 


- 


- - 


17 


1124 


Sergt. P. J. Kennedy, .... 


- 


- 


}% 


1125 


Private P. J. Shields, .... 


- 


- - 


17 


1126 


" Joseph Flannigan, 


- 


- 


17 


1127 


" David Kinneair, 


- 


- — 


19 


1128 


M. A. Coulter 

Company F. 






17 


1129 


Sergt. P. A. Sands 


- 


- - 


19 


1130 


Private Augustus Albers, 


- 


- 


18 


1131 


" Luke Collins, .... 


- 


- 


17 


1132 


" M. A. Murphv, .... 


- 


- 


17 


1133 


J. J. O'Brien, .... 


- 


- 


17 


1134 


J. O. Sullivan, .... 


— 


— _ 


17 



1886.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 
Qualified Marksmen — Continued. 



91 



Badge 
No. 



Scores. 



1882. 1883. 1884. 1885 



Company H. 

1135 Capt. C. J. F. Madigan, . 

1130 Sergt. B. J. Flannagan, . 

First Corps Cadets. 

1137 Lieut. Col. Thomas F. Edmands, 

537 Maj. William L. Richardson, 

538 Capt. William H. Alline, 

545 Sergt. A S. Woodward, 

771 " H. Amorv, 

1149 " H F. Lvnde, . 
170 Corp. A. H. Sargent. 
544 " J. W. Hodgkins, 

549 " E. G. Chase, . 

546 " S. L. Bartlett, 
781 ' " W O. Cartwright, 
169 Private F. H. Skinner, 

550 " C. P. Curtis, Jr., 

772 " W. H. Aspinwall, 
774 " F. E. Zerrahn, 

777 " C. H. Rollins, 

778 " F. S. Whitwell, 
780 « H. Yonng, . 

783 " E. A. Greelcv, 

784 " M. C. Hallett, 
" I. Bragiotti, . 

C. Brigham, 

790 " E. Marble, Jr., 

791 »« H. F. Otis, . 

793 " W. L. Putnam, 

794 " J. H. Storer, 
834 " F. M. Holden, 

1138 " H. S. Abbott, 

1139 " F.J. Alley,. 

1140 " T. D. Barroll, 

1141 " A. E. Bull, . 

1142 " T. H. Cabot. 

1143 " S. R. H. Codnian, 

1144 " T. H. Cummings. 

1145 " F. F. Emerv, Jr , 

1146 « M. B. Faxon, 

1147 " C. R. Hurd, 

1148 " E. Jaques, . 

1150 " F. F. Ordway, 

1151 " C.C.Ryder, 

1152 " F. S. Saxton, 

1153 " J. J. Souther, 

1154 •' C. E. Todd, 
" J. H. Taylor, 

Second Corps Cadets 



56 Sergt. Major A. S. Williams, 

13 Sergt C. C. Butland, 

21 " G. E. Galucia, 

383 Corp. R. W. Ropes, 

384 " A. B. Watson, 
387 " F. H. Cook, . 
795 " G. P. Rollins, 

1156 Musician J. C. Hubon, 

307 Private G. A. Ropes, 

382 " J. E. Spencer, 

485 " C. F. Steele, 



18 



18 





- 


18 


- 


17 


17 


18 


- 


- 


19 


17 


19 


17 


18 


19 


19 


17 


- 


- 


19 


19 


17 


17 


17 


- 


18 


- 


19 


- 


18 




18 




17 


- 


18 




19 


- 


19 


- 


17 


- 


19 


- 


18 


- 


19 


i i i i i i i i i i i i 


18 


i i i i i i i iii 


17 


17 


- 


19 


- 


17 


17 


- 


18 


_ 


19 


17 


- 


17 


18 



18 
17 



19 



19 
17 

17 



18 
18 
17 



17 

18 



19 
18 



18 

19 

17 
17 
17 
17 
19 
IS 
19 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
17 
18 
18 
17 



19 



17 
19 



92 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan 

Qualified Marksmen — Concluded. 



Badge 

No. 



1888. 1**3. 1**1. 1 **.",. 



551 
796 
797 



1157 



798 

799 

1158 

801 

802 

804 

1159 

1160 

1161 



807 

808 

1162 

1163 

814 

810 

811 

812 

813 

1165 



821 

822 

1166 



676 
1168 
1169 
1170 
1171 
1172 
1173 
1174 
1175 
1176 
1177 



1164 
1167 
1178 



564 
1179 
1180 
1181 
1182 
1183 
1184 



Private T. H. Williamson, Jr., 

F. T. Chase, 
M. T. Edgar, 

First Battalion Cayalry. 

F. L. Clayton, Hasp. Steward, 

Company A, Cavalry. 
Ser°;t. A. D. Nichols, 
" O. A. Jones, . 
" J. C. Barrett, 
Corp. W. B. Plvmpton, 

" J. M. Davis, . 
Private G. D. White, 
" Win. Flanders, 
R. R. Richardson, 

G. D. White, 

Company D, Car airy. 
Lieut. D. F. Henderson, 
Sergt. C. E. Reynold?, 
" W. H. Locke, 
" C. O. Newell, 
Corp. F. A. Locke, . 
Private D. O'C. Town. 
Edw. F. Cobb, 
" R. H. Kellev, 
W. F. Sampson, 
J. B. Richardson, 

Company F, Cavalry. 
Corp. E. H. Shaw, . 
Private C. F. Hemmenwav, . 
" G. E. Wilkins, .* . 



Signal Corps, First Brigade. 



Lieut. C. H. Cutler, 
Sergt. E. N. Williams, 
" R. M. Bradley, 
Private J. B. Scannell, 
" F. Cogfjswell, 
" M. DT Currier, 
M. W. Currier, 
" F. L. Leighton, 
" John P. Stearns, 
R. P. Webber, 
G. W. Whitney, 



Signal Corps, Second Bkigadk 

Lieut. C. M. Haley, 
Sergt. H. Souther, Jr., 
Private T. Magoun, Jr., . 



18 



Ambulance Corps, Second Brigade 



Lieut. S. B. Clarke, 
Private H. L. Kellev, 
M. P. Denton, 
" F. C. Fitts, . 
" A. L. Souther, 

H. E. Gale, . 
" N. S. Hunting, 



17 



19 


19 


19 


- 


- 


17 


IS 


- 


17 


- 


19 


- 


- 


19 


" 


I / 
18 


17 
19 




_ 


17 


17 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 


- 


18 


. 17 


- 


19 


17 




18 


- 


- 


17 


17 


17 


_ 


17 


- 


19 


_ 


19 


_ 


17 


- 


17 


- 


17 


- 


18 


- 


17 


_ 


18 




19 




17 


_ 


18 




17 


is 


19 




19 


_ 


19 


- 


19 


- 


19 


_ 


18 


- 


18 



1886.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



93 



RIFLE MATCHES. 



Bostox, Dec. 15, 188"). 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir: — In compliance with General Order No. 8, I have the 
honor to report that I organized a team for the purpose of partici- 
pating in the inter-state military match at Creedmoor, September 
19. Twenty-eight officers and men competed for places on the 
team and devoted themselves faithfully to practice, which occurred 
at Walnut Hill, under my supervision and that of Capt. John B. 
Osborn, Brigade Quartermaster, 1st Brigade, who was selected to 
accompany the team as captain. The fourteen men selected 
(team of twelve and two substitutes) included those whose names 
appear in the following score, and also Capt. H. C. Gardner, Com- 
pany D, 1st Regiment, and Private M. W. Daulton, Company M, 
■Stli Regiment. The following were the scores made b}' the team 
at Creedmoor : — 





200 Yards. 


500 Yards. \ 


Total. 


Private 8. 8. Bumstcad, Co. G, 2d Regiment, 


1() 


42 


88 


Lieut. J. P. Frost, 1st Battalion Cavalry, 






42 


13 


85 


" H. White, Co. D, 1st Regiment, . 






43 


41 


84 


" R. B. Edes, Co F, 5th Regiment, . 






13 


40 


83 


Private A. C. White, Co. C, 2d Regiment, 






12 


40 


82 


" C. W. Hinman, Co. D, 1st Regiment, . 






10 


41 


81 


" F. D. Bartlett, Co. D, 1st Regiment, . 






40 


40 


80 


Lieut. L. H. Bateman, Adjutant, 5th Regiment, 






40 


40 


80 


Private L. Grant, Co. D, 1st Cadets, 






41 


39 


80 


" F. W. Perkins, Co. L, 8th Regiment, . 






43 


34 


77 


Sergt. C. A. Parker, Co. C, 1st Cadets, . 






34 


37 


71 


Private W. C. Johnston, Co. C, 1st Cadets, . 






34 


34 


68 


Total, • . 




488 


471 


959 



The other teams participating were those of Pennsylvania, which 
scored 1,014, and New York, which scored 933. 

Under all the circumstances I regard the score as commendable ; 
and as the sending of the team served to excite much interest and 



94 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

a very healthy emulative spirit among the best marksmen, it would 
seem desirable to continue the practice of organizing representative 
State teams whenever suitable occasions offer. 

I have the honor to report that, in compliance with General 
Orders Xos. 9 and 10, I took charge of the State Rifle Matches at 
South Framingham, Oct. 6, 1885. As no prizes were offered for 
non-marksmen, except one incidental to the team shooting, the 
number of officers and men participating was slightly less than in 
1884 : but the number present was quite large enough to be con- 
sistent with the satisfactory performance of the day's work. Un- 
fortunately for the comfort of the men, a drizzling rain set in early 
in the day ; but only one team and very few men present omitted 
to make their scores. Nine staff teams and fifty-six company teams 
competed, and the total number of officers and men present was 
520. 

The several prizes offered were won as announced in General 
Order No. 11. 

The Fourth Compan}' prize would have gone to the team of 
Signal Corps, 1st Brigade, but for the fact that one member of 
the team had not performed his prescribed quota of State duty. 

The scores made in the several matches, as certified b}' Lieut. R. 
B. Edes, Co. F, 5th Regiment, chief statistical officer, are sub- 
mitted. 

I am, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

Horace T. Rockwell, 

Colonel, Assistant Inspector General and 
Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 



FIELD A\D STAFF TEAM MATCH. 

FIRST CAVALRY. SECOND BRIGADE. 



Adjt. Frost, . . 4 5 4 4 4 4 5— 30 

Sergt. Bellamy, . 4 3 4 4 3 4 3—2-3 

Lt. Newton, . . 5325244— 25 

Lt. Durrell, . . 3 4 2 5 3 4 3— 24 



Capt. Hall, . 
Capt. Lambert, 
Sergt. Merrill, 
Gen. Peach, . 
Lt. Clarke, 



4444444— 28 
4 4 3 4 4 4 3— 26 

3 4 4 4 3 3 5— 26 
2 2 4 4 3 2 3— 20 

4 5 3 4 3— 19 



Maj. Kemp, . . 3 4 3 3 3 2 5— 23 

Total, 127 | Total, 119 

FIRST INFANTRY. FIRST BRIGADE. 

Lt.-Col. Hodges, . 5 4 4 4 4 4 5— 30 Capt. Osborn, . 4 4 4 5 4 4 5— 30 

Col. Wellington. . 4 2 3 4 4 5 5— 27 Gen. Wales, . . 4 4 4 3 4 3 4— 26 

Lt. Kellett, . . 4 4 3 3 4 4 4— 26 Capt. Reynolds, . 3 3 4 4 3 4 3— 24 

Maj. Matthews, . 4 4 3 3 3 2 2— 21 Capt. Lafhrop, . 4 4 4 4 3 4— 23 

Maj. Hovey, . . 3 4 4 3 4 3— 21 Lt.-Col. Pinkham, . 2 2 4 2 4 2— 16 

Total, 125 , Total, 119 



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95 



FIELD AND STAFF TEAM MATCH — Continued. 

FIFTH INFANTRY. KIGHTH INFANTRY. 



Lt. Barnes, . 4 3 3 4 4 4 

Adjt. Bateman, . 4 4 3 4 3 5 

Col. Bancroft, . 3 4 3 3 4 5 

Maj. Whitnev, . 3 4 3 3 

Sergt.-Maj. Cabot, . 4 2 5 2 4 



o — 
4— 
3— 

5 — 

0— 



Total, 



27 

27 
25 

18 
17 

114 



SECOND INFANTRY. 



Lt. Hayden, . 
Maj. Clark, . 
Maj. Shumway, 
Adjt. Pierce, . 



5 4 5 4 4 5 4— 31 
4 3 4 4 3 3 5— 26 
4 4 4 2 4 5 3— 26 
3 4 4 2 3 3 3— 22 



Total, 



SIXTH INFANTRY. 



Maj. Shea, 
Lt.-Col. Parsons, 
Sergt. Clothey, 
Maj. Chafflin, . 
Maj. Woodward, 

Total, 



4 3 
4 3 
3 4 5 4 2- 

2 2 5 2 3 2- 

3 5- 



105 



26 



5 4 3 3 

4 3 4 4 3— 25 
IS 
16 

s 

93 



Maj. Sprague, . 3 4 2 2 4 3 4— 

Sergt. Dodge, . . 2 4 3 3 3 2 5— 

Lt. Warren, . . 3 2 3 4 3 3— 

Lt.-Col. Osgood, . 2 3 4 3 3— 

Maj. Chase, . .330040 3— 

Total, .... 

NINTH INFANTRY. 



22 
22 
Is 
15 
13 

90 



Lt. Hogan, 


. 4 4 4 3 3— 


IS 


Col. Strachan, 


. 3 3 3 2 2 4— 


17 


Adjt. Maguire, 


. 3 2 4 2 0— 


11 


Lt. Mullen, . 


. 2 2 3— 


i 


Maj. Bogan, . 


. 3 0— 


3 



Total, 



56 



€OMI'AXY TEA» MATCH. 



COMPANY 1), 1ST 

Private Hinman, . 1 

Private Scott, . 3 

Prhate Bartlett, . 3 

Private Bennett, . 4 

Capt. Gardner, . 3 

Lt. White, . . 3 

Private Green, . 3 

Total, 



INFANTRY. 



4- 31 

5— 29 

3— 28 

4— 26 

3— 25 

4— 24 
2— 21 

, 184 



COMPANY A, 2D INFANTRY. 



Corp. Jefferson, . 4 3 

Private Johnson, . 3 5 

Corp.Tisdell, . .43 

Private Bellows, . 3 3 

Private Bradley, . 3 3 

Sergt. Cleveland, . 4 3 

Lt. Early, . .44 

Total, 



4— 26 
4— 26 
4— 26 
4— 25 
4— 25 
4— 25 
3— 25 



178 



COMPANY G, 2D INFANTRY. 



Private Bumstead,. 4 5 4 

Sergt. Adams, . 4 3 3 
Lt. Leonard, . .432 

Private Perkins, . 3 3 4 

Private Hooker, . 4 2 3 

Private Cavanagh, . 4 3 3 

Corp. Stearns, . 4 4 

Total, 



5— 29 
5— 28 
4— 27 
4— 26 
4— 23 
3 4— 23 
2 5— 22 



COMPANY C, 5TH INFANTRY. 

Private Turner, . 4 4 3 4 4 4 4- 

Private Warren, . 4 5 4 4 4 3 3- 

Lt. Benyon, . . 3 4 4 3 3 4 4- 

Sergt. Farwell, . 4 4 3 3 5 3 3- 

Pr. Easterbrook, . 4 3 5 2 3 4 4- 

Private Purdv, . 2 4 3 4 4 3 3- 

Sergt. Hill, . .4233333- 

Total, 



178 



■ 27 
• 27 

- 25 
25 

■ 25 

- 23 

- 21 

173 



SIGNAL CORPS 

Sergt. Savory, 
Private Skinner, . 
Private Whitney, . 
Private Little, 
Sergt. Rogers, 
Sergt. Creasy, 
Private Bettinson, . 

Total, 



1st HRIGADE 

t 13 3 4 4 

3 
1 

5 
5 
2 
2 



_' .» l 



.) — 
4— 
2— 
4- 
5— 
4— 

9 



27 
27 
26 
25 
25 
22 
20 



172 



COMPANY M, 8TH INFANTRY'. 



Sergt. Seaverns, 
Mus. Daulton, 
Sergt. Sargent, 
Private Frost, 
Capt. Duchesney, 
Lt. Rogers, . 
Private Lord, . 

Total, 

COMPANY G, 

Private Pearse, 
Private Felch, 
Sergt. Farnum, 
Lt. True, 
Sergt. Franklin, 
Capt. Wood, . 
Sergt. Randall, 



4 5 

4 4 



29 
28 
28 



.)- 
5 — 
4- 
3— 28 
5— 28 
4- 



2— 



24 
5 



170 



FIRST INFANTRY 



4 4 4 5— 26 

4 4 5 4— 26 

4 5 3 3— 26 

2 3 4 4— 25 



4 4 

2 3 

3 3 4 3 



24 



3 4 3 4— 21 
21 



Total, 



169 



COMPANY F 

Private Bishop, 
Corp. Thompson, 
Private Sawin, 
Private Carr, . 
Sergt. Black, . 
Capt. Chamberlin, 
Lt. Edgell, . 

Total, 



SECOND 

. 5 4 



IN FANTRY*. 







3— 

4— 
3— 
5— 
0— 

4— 
3— 



29 
27 
24 
24 
24 
21 
- 17 

166 



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COMPANY TEAM MATCH — Continued. 



COMPANY E, 

Musician Scolley, 
Corp. Young, . 
Private Young, 
Lt. Fullford, . 
Capt. Pratt, . 
Lt. White, '. 
Sergt. Willard, 

Total, 



SIXTH INFANTRY. 

. 3 5 4 4 4 5 5- 

. 4354344- 

. 3 4 4 5 4 4 2- 

. 3 3 4 4 3 4 3- 

. 2 3 2 3 3 2 4- 

. 3 3 3 3 3 4- 

. 3 3 3 2 3 3- 



COMPANY D, FIRST CADETS. 



Private Grant, 
Sergt. Parker, 
Private Codman, 
Sergt. Simmons, 
Private Gray, 
Sergt. Dole, . 
Private Dorr, . 

Total, 



3 0— 



- 30 

- 27 

- 26 

- 24 

- 19 

- 19 

- 17 

162 



29 
27 
26 
25 
23 
20 
12 

162 



COMPANY H, FIFTH INFANTRY. 



Pr. Kirkpatrick, . 
Sergt. Blake, . 
Private Win soy, . 
Lt. Bourne, . 
Corp Kirkpatrick, 
Sergt. Armstrong, . 
Sergt. Hill, . 

Total, 



27 

27 



3 4— 26 



23 
22 



3 4— 20 



2 2 4 2— 14 
. 159 



COMPANY D, SECOND INFANTRY. 



Corp. Harris, . 
Sergt. Train, . 
Sergt. Blaisdell, 
Lt. Barber, . 
Capt. Brown, . 
Corp. Snow, . 
Private McGrath, 

Total, 



5 4 
3 4 



1 

4 
4 2 4 



4 3 5— 29 

5 3 3— 25 
3 3— 23 



4 
3 
3 

3 

4 

2 4 4 4 3 3— 20 

4 4 2 5 4— 19 



4 4 4 3 4— 22 
3 3 2 3 3 3— 21 



159 



COMPANY A, SIXTH INFANTRY. 



Corp. Cate, . 
Sergt. Stearns, 
Corp. Millett, 
Private Babbitt, 
Corp. Jones, . 
Sergt. Gihon, . 
Private Grey, 

Total, 







4 4— 26 
4 3— 26 
3 4— 25 

3 4— 24 

4 3- 

2 3- 

3 4— 



23 
18 
16 



158 



COMPANY A, FIRST CADETS. 



Private Lee, . 


. 4 4 3 4 4 4 4— 27 


Private Codman, 


. 4 3 4 4 5 5— 


25 


Private Sears, 


. 3 4 3 2 4 4 4- 


24 


Private Francis, 


. 2 3 4 4 4 3 3— 


23 


Private Baker, 


. 3 4 3 3 2 3 3— 


21 


Sergt. Lovering, 


. 2 4 4 4 2 4— 


20 


Lt. Heaton, . 


. 2 3 3 3 3 3— 


17 



Total, 



157 



COMPANY C, SIXTH INFANTRY. 

Pr. W. C. Burnett, 4 4 3 4 4 4 4— 27 

Private Kincade, . 3 4 3 4 4 4 4— 26 

Private Barley, . 3 4 4 3 4 4 4— 26 

Corp. Worthen, . 5 5 3 3 4 2 3— 25 

Corp. Farnsworth, 3334523- 23 

Corp. Russell, . 3 2 2 3 2 3— 15 

Private F. Burnett, 5 4 2 3— 14 

Total 156 



COMPANY F, FIRST INFANTRY. 

Lt. Keene, . . 3 4 4 5 4 3 3— 26 

Private Thompson, 2 3 3 4 5 5 4— 26 

Private Staples, . 3 2 3 4 4 4 4— 24 

Corp Strout, . . 4 4 3 4 4 4— 23 

Corp. Davis, . . 4 2 5 3 5 3— 22 

Private Tucker, . 3 4 3 3 4 2— 19 

Private Anderson, . 4 3 3 4 2 0— 16 

Total, 156 



COMPANY L, EIGHTH INFANTRY. 



Corp. Benjamin, . 4 

Private Perkins, . 5 

Capt. Ballard, . 4 

Corp. Erickson, . 3 

Private Stan ion, . 2 

Sergt. Colby, . . 4 

Sergt. Perkins, . 3 

Total, 



4 
3 
5 
3 
3 
4 
2 2 



3— 26 
5— 26 

3— 25 

4— 24 



23 
20 



0— 11 



155 



COMPANY E, FIRST IN PANTRY. 

Private Barnum, . 3 4 5 2 4 3 4— 25 

Sergt. Pope, . . 2 3 3 4 4 4 4— 24 

Sergt. Dahill, . . 3 5 2 3 4 3 3— 23 

Corp. Jennings, . 3 3 4 4 2 2 5— 23 

Private Bradley, . 4 4 3 4 3 5— 23 

Sergt. Howland, . 3244024— 19 

Private Gibbs, . 4 3 3 4 3— 17 

Total, 154 



COMPANY G, SIXTH INFANTRY. 



Sergt. England, 
Sergt. Brown, 
Sergt. Bean, . 
Private Davis, 
Corp. Simonds, 
Corp. Bagley, 
Sergt. Leighton, 

Total, 



3 3 
3 3 

3 2 

4 

3 
4 
3 3 



4 4 5 4— 27 

3 4 4 3— 25 

4 4 3 4— 24 
4 4 4 3— 22 
4 5 3 3— 21 

2— 21 



D 

2 2 0— 14 



154 



COMPANY H, EIGHTH INFANTRY. 



Corp. Murphy, . 
Private Burbank, 
Sergt. Bacheller, 
Private Arvedson, 
Corp. Symonds, 
Private Doust, 
Capt. Barber, . 

Total, 



4 3 
4 2 



4— 27 
4— 26 
4— 26 

3— 24 

4— 22 
2— 19 



3 3 3 0- 



153 



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97 



COMPANY TEAM MATCH — Continued. 



COMPANY E, FIFTH INFANTRY. 

Lt. Mitchell, . . 4 4 4 3 3 5 4— 27 

Lt. Coleman, . . 4 4 4 3 3 3 1- 2o 

Capt. Clark, . . 4 3 3 4 4 4 3— 25 

Private Peckham, . 4403344— 22 

Private St. Dennis, 3 3 2 3 4 3— 18 

Private Day, . . 3 3 4 3 3 2— 18 

Corp. Lenox, . . 3 3 3 3 3 2— 17 

Total, 152 



COMPANY B, FIR8T INFANTRY. 



Corp. Dayton, . 4 4 4 4 3 

Lt. Smith, . .34433 

Sergt. Dodge, . .53334 

Capt. Dallinger, . 5 3 3 4 4 

Private Parkhill, . 4 5 3 4 2 

Private Burton, . 3 2 2 3 4 

Private Stevens, . o 44 ^ 3 

Total 



4 4— 27 
3 5— 25 
2 3— 23 
3— 22 
3- 



21 

2— 20 

3— 14 

152 



COMPANY F, FIFTH INFANTRY. 

Private Richardson, 4 3 4 5 3 4 4— 27 

Lt. Edes, . . 3444344— 26 

Private Goodwin, . 3 5 4 2 3 3 4— 24 

Private Dinsmore, . 4 3 5 4 2 4 — 22 

Musician Goodwin, 3 4 4 3 3 3— 20 

Sergt. Holroyd, . 3 3 2 2 3 3— 16 

Capt. Haynes, . 3 4 3 4 2— 16 

Total, 151 



COMPANY C, FIRST CADETS. 



Private Pond, . 3 4 4 5 3 3 

Private Johnston, . 3 4 4 4 3 4 

Corp. Dewey, . . 4 4 4 3 4 3 
Private Copeland, . 3 3 4 3 3 4 

Corp. Albee, . .432423 

Capt. Robeson, . 3 3 2 3 3 3 

Lt. Hayes, . .020333 

Total, .... 



5— 27 
4— 26 
3— 25 
3— 23 
0— 18 
0— 17 
2— 13 

149 



COMPANY F, SIXTH INFANTRY. 



Private Angell, 


3 3 5 4 3 2 4— 


24 


Private Fay, . 


3 4 3 2 4 3 4— 


23 


Private Lara way, . 


2 3 3 4 4 4 3— 


23 


Private Slocum, 


2 3 3 3 2 3 4- 


2a 


Private Perry, 


4 4 3 3 2 3— 


it) 


Private Strattard, . 


4 3 2 4 3 2— 


18 


Private Greenwood, 


3 4 3 3 4— 


17 



Total 144 



COMPANY I, FIRST INFANTRY. 

Lt. Blankinship, . 4 5 4 4 4 3 4— 28 

Private Battles, . 3 4 3 4 4 3 3— 24 

Private Foye, . . 3 3 2 2 4 4 3—21 

Private Winslow, . 2 2 4 3 3 3 3— 20 

Sergt. Hathawav, . 3 3 3 3 4 4— 20 

Private Hall, . . 304323 3— 18 

Private Stearns, . 3 2 2 4 2— 13 

Total, 144 



COMPANY B, SIXTH INFANTRY. 

Sergt. Buxton, . 3 5 4 5 4 4 4— 29 

Capt. Sheldon, . 3 3 5 4 4 4 3— 26 

Private Guptill, . 3 4 5 3 3 4 2— 24 

Private Fletcher, . 4 2 3 5 2 4— 20 

Sergt. Greer, . . 3 3 2 3 4 2 0— 17 

Private Parshley, . 3 3 2 4 2 0— 14 

Private Babbitt, . 4200304— 13 

Total, 143 



COMPANY F, NINTH INFANTRY. 



Private Reardon, . 3 4 4 4 

Sergt. Joubert, . 4 3 4 2 

Sergt. Sands, . .4402 

Capt. Donovan, . 3 4 3 2 

Lt. McCarthy, . 4 3 3 

Sergt. Reardon, . 4 3 4 3 

Lt. Leary, . .0002 

Total 



3— 
4— 
5— 
3— 
2— 
2— 
3^ 



25 

24 
22 
21 
18 
18 
12 

140 



COMPANY D, EIGHTH INFANTRY. 



Lt. Murray, . 
Private Dennis, 
Sergt. Smith, . 
Corp. Shaw, . 
Corp. Hilliker, 
Private Morgan, 
Private Martin, 

Total, 



4 4 
4 5 
3 3 
3 4 
3 4 



a 

3 
3 
4 
3 

3 
3 



3— 26 



3- 
4— 
2— 22 
2— 20 
4— 
3— 



26 
23 



13 
10 



140 



COMPANY L, FIRST INFANTRY. 

Sergt. Jones, . . 4 4 2 4 5 5— 24 

Private Wheelock, 3 4 2 3 4 3 4— 23 

Private Smith, . 4 3 4 4 4 0— 19 

Lt. Sanders, . . 3 3 3 2 4 3 0— 18 

Capt. Carstensen, . 4 4 2 3 3 2 0— 18 

Corp. Brooks, . 4 4 2 4 4 0— 18 

Corp. Noll, . . 2220054— 15 



Total, 



COMPANY B, FIRST CADETS. 



135 



Sergt. Shepard, . 3 5 4 4 5 5 3— 29 



Lt. Clarke, . .2433 

Private Haskell, .2334 
Private Carpenter, . 2 3 4 2 

Sergt. Amory, . 3 3 

Corp. Ager, . .3404 

Private Bosson, . 3 3 

Total, . 



5 4 4— 25 
3 3 3— 21 
3 2— 
3 3 3— 



16 
15 



3— 14 
3 2— 11 



131 



COMPANY I, 8TH INFANTRY. 



Private Waitt, . 3 4 3 4 3 3 5— 25 

Corp. Hook, . . 3 5 2 2 4 3 3— 22 

Private Cummings, 4 4 2 3 2 3 3— 21 

Private Packer, . 4 3 3 3 2 4— 19 

Capt. Brackett, . 4 4 2 3 2 3 0— 18 

Lt. Fogg, . . 4 -2 2 3 2 0— 13 

Sergt. Gove, . . 2 3 3 4— 12 

Total, 130 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY TEAM 

COMPANY H, 2D INFANTRY. 

Lt. Roche, . . 4 5 4 4 5 4 3— 29 

Capt. Bridges, . 3 4 3 4 3 3 3— 23 

Pr. Stockbridge, . 5 2 2 3 4 4 3— 23 

Lt. Boynton, . . 3 4 4 4 3 3— 21 

Private E. Bridges, 3 3 2 2 3 3 3— 19 

Pr. C. R. Bridges, . 2 3 2 3 0— 10 

Sergt. Bridges, . 000302 0— 5 

Total, 130 



COMPANY D, 1ST CAVALRY. 

4 3 5 4 4 3 5- 28 



Private Perrins, 
Private Richardson, 
Corp. Perrins, 
Private Dillaway, . 
Corp. Locke, . 
Private Cobb, 

Total, 



3 3 
3 
3 
2 

4 2 



3— 23 

4— 23 

4— 22 
3— 17 
0— 16 

129 



COMPANY M, 1ST INFANTRY. 



Sergt. Fuller, . .324 

Corp. Ford, . .340 

Private Meek, . 4 4 4 

Sergt. Edgar, . .244 

Sergt. Hathaway, .332 

Corp. Mclntyre, .243 

Private Robbins, . 4 3 

Total, 



3 4 2 4— 22 
3 3 3 5— 21 
3 3 2— 20 
5 4— 19 
2 4 3— 17 
0— 



2 5 
3 



16 
2 2— 14 

. 129 



COMPANY B, 2D INFANTRY. 



Sergt. Boughton, . 4 4 3 3 

Capt. Southmayd, . 4 3 4 2 

Lt. Cordis, . .4024 

Private Bagley, .3344 

Sergt. Sterling, .2352 

Private Doyle, . 4 3 

Sergt. Morgan, .0032 

Total, . 



5 4 2— 25 

3 4 2— 23 

4 5 3— 22 
4 3— 21 
3 0— 15 
4 4— 15 
3 0—8 

. 129 



COMPANY A, 1ST INFANTRY. 

Private Creighton, . 3 3 4 4 4 4 4— 26 

Private Neff, . . 4 3 2 3 3 4 5— 24 

Sergt. Koehler, . 3322344— 21 

Lt. Alexander, . 4222422— 18 

Private Hill, . . 2220432— 15 

Private Lintaman, . 3 4 2 3 2— 14 

Private Gilmartin, . 000420 3— 9 

Total, 127 



MATCH— Concluded. 

COMPANY B, 9TH INFANTRY 

Capt. Mahoney, 
Pr. G.D. Murphy, 
Pr. S. D. Murphy, 
Private Russell, 
Lt. Haggerty, 
Private Stevens, 
Private Novak, 








4— 25 



3— 
3 2— 
4— 
2 2- 
2 3— 
2 0— 



Total, 



20 
19 
18 
16 
16 
- 11 

125 



COMPANY D, 6TH INFANTRY. 



Sergt. Shea, . 
Private Rourke, 
Private Mannix, 
Corp.Croman, 
Capt. Kirby, . 
Private Monahan, 
Sergt. Wholey, 

Total, 



4 4 5 4 4 3 4— 28 

3 4 3 4 3 3— 20 

4 3 3 4 4 2— 20 
4 4 4 3 3— 18 
2022334— 16 
2 4 2 5— 13 
002004 3— 9 



124 



COMPANY K, 1ST INFANTRY. 



Private Hill, . 
Capt. Lovett, . 
Sergt. Presby, 
Lt. Wade, 
Private Noble, 
Private Gibson, 
Sergt. Tenney, 

Total, 



3— 22 
3 2— 21 
3— 17 



4— 
2— 
2— 
0— 



17 
16 

- 15 

- 15 

123 



COMPANY C, 1ST INFANTRY. 



Private Fenn, 
Private Dodge, 
Private McArthur, 
Sergt. Dyar, . 
Corp. Libbey, 
Capt. Moulton, 
Lt. Noether, . 

Total, 



3 3 4 2 3 3 3— 21 
3 4 2 2 4 3 3— 21 

3 2 4 2 4 2 4— 21 

4 3 4 3 4 0— 18 

3 4 3 3 3 0— 16 

4 2 3 4 2 0— 15 
200240 0— 8 

. 120 



Co. D, 5th Infantrv, 116; C, 8th In- 
fantry 115; A, 1st Cavalry, 112; H, 1st 
Infantry, 111 ; A, 8th Infantry, 111 ; C, 
9th Infantry, 110; B, 5th Infantry, 107; 
A, 5th Infantry, 102 ; D, 9th Infantry, 
102; M, 6th Infantry, 98; K, 6th Infan- 
try, 96 ; K, 8th Infantry, 95 ; E, 9th In- 
fantry, 79 ; H, 9th Infantry, 75 ; A, 9th 
Infantry, 51. 



1886.] 



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99 



OFFICERS' MATCH. 



Captain Whitney, Co. M, 6th Regt., 
Major Clark, 2d Regt., 
Adjutant Bateman, 5th Regt., 
Lieutenant Blankinship, Co. I, 1st Regt. 

Adjutant Frost, 1st Cav 

Lieutenant Edes, Co. F, 5th Regt., . 
Colonel Rockwell, Gov. Staff, . 
Lieutenant Coleman, Co. E, 5th Regt., 
Captain Osborne, 1st Brig., 
Lieutenant Bourne, Co. H, 5th Regt., 
Major Shea, 6th Regt., 
Lt. Colonel Hodges, 1st Regt., 
Lieutenant Smith, Co. B, 1st Regt., . 
Major Kemp, 1st Cav., 
Lieutenant Mitchell, Co. E, 5th Regt., 
Lieutenant Clark, Co. B, 1st Cadets, 
Lieutenant White, Co. D, 1st Regt., 
Lieutenant White, Co. E, 6th Regt., 
Lieutenant Hayes, Co. C, 1st Cadets, 
Lieutenant Barber, Co. D, 2d Regt., 
General Wales, 1st Brig., . 
Major Shumway, 2d Regt., 
Colonel Bancroft, 5th Regt., 
Lieutenant Boynton, Co. H, 2d Regt., 
Captain Donovan, Co. F, 9th Regt., 
Colonel Wellington, 1st Regt., 
Lieutenant Early, Co. A, 2d Regt., 
Lieutenant Roche, Co. H, 2d Regt., . 
Captain Bridges, Co. H, 2d Regt., . 
Captain Clark, Co. E, 5th Regt., 
Captain Cheney, Co. A, 6th Regt., . 
Lieutenant Harden, 2d Regt., . 
Major Chase, 8th Regt., 
Lieutenant Benyon, Co. C, 5th Regt., 
Lieutenant True, Co. G, 1st Regt., . 
Lieutenant Hogan, 9th Regt., . 
Lieutenant Durell, 1st Cav., 
Lieutenant Kellett, 1st Regt., . 
Major Whitney, 5th Regt., 
Captain Chamberlain, Co. F, 2d Regt., 
Captain Wood, Co. G, 1st Regt., 
Lieutenant Edgell, Co. F, 2d Regt., 
Captain Cleveland, Co. A, 2d Regt., 
Captain French, Co. C, 6th Regt., . 
Major Hovey, 1st Regt., . 
Lieutenant Fulford, Co. E, 6th Regt., 
Lt. Colonel Parsons, 6th Regt., 
Major Mathews, 1st Regt., 
Captain Brackett, Co. I, 8th Regt., . 
Lieutenant Adams, Co. A, 8th Regt., 
Captain Southmavd, Co. B, 2d Regt., 
Captain Hall, 2d Brig., 
Captain Reynolds, 1st Brig., 
Captain Lambert, 2d Brig., 
Lieutenant Clarke, 2d Brig., . 
Captain Duchesney, Co. M, 8th Regt., 
Lieutenant Barnes, 5th Regt., . 
Lieutenant Cordis, Co. B, 2d Regt., 
Captain Robeson, Co. C, 1st Cav., . 
Lieutenant Newton, 1st Cav., . 
Lieutenant Towne, Co. A, 8th Regt., 
Lieutenant Keene, Co. F, 1st Regt., 
Lieutenant Miers, Co. H, 5th Regt., 
Captain Dallinger, Co. B, 1st Regt., . 
Lieutenant Alexander, Co. A, 1st Regt., 
Colonel Strachan, 9th Regt., 
Lieutenant Cleveland, Co. G, 6th Regt., 
Captain Atkins, Co. H, 1st Regt., . 
Captain Harris, Co. C, 2d Regt., 
Captain Ballard, Co. L, 8th Regt., . 
Lieutenant Mead, Co. G, 6th Regt., . 









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OFFICERS' MATCH -Concluded. 

Lieutenant Foster, Co. C, 6th Regt., 
Captain Mahoney, Co. B, 9th Regt., 
Lieutenant Haley, 2d Brig., 
Lieutenant Fogg, Co. 1, 8th Regt., . 
Lieutenant Sanders, Co. L, 1st Regt., . 

Lieutenant Smith, Co. D, 8th, 19; Adjutant Pierce, 2d, 19; Lieutenant Rogers, 
Co. M, 8th, 19; Lieutenant Murray, Co. D, 8th, 19; Captain Brown, Co. D, 2d, 19; 
Captain Madigan, Co. H, 9th, 19; Lieutenant Heaton, Co. A, 1st Cadets, 19; Lieuten- 
ant Woodman, Co. M, 1st, 19; Captain Lathrop, 1st Brig., 19; Lieutenant French, 
Co. A, 5th, 18; Lieutenant Eagan, Co. D, 9th, 18; Lieutenant Bennett, Co. M, 6th, 
18; Captain George, 2d Brig., 17; Lieutenant Wade, Co. K, 1st, 17; Major Sprague, 
8th Inf., 17; Captain Braley, Co. M, 1st, 17; Captain Bouve\ 1st Brig., 17; Captain 
Jackson, Co. F, 6th, 17; Major Woodward, 6th Inf., 17; Captain Lovett, Co. K, 1st, 
17; Lieutenant Leonard, Co. G, 2d, 17; Lieutenant Hillman, Co. B, 1st, 17; Lieuten- 
ant Warner, 8th Inf., 17 ; General Peach, 2d Brig., 16; Lt. Colonel Osgood, 8th Inf., 
16; Captain Havnes, Uo. F, 5th, 16; Captain Pratt, Co. E, 6th, 16; Lieutenant 
Allard, Co. A, 1st Cav., 16; Lieutenant Bell, Co. D, 5th, 16; Major Chaffin, 6th 
Inf., 16; Major Bogan, 9th Inf., 16; Lieutenant Sinclair, Co. B, 5th, 15; Captain 
Andrews, Co. A, 1st Cav., 15; Lieutenant Haggerty, Co. B, 9th, 15; Captain Sessions, 
Co. G, 2d, 15; Captain McCarthy, Co. F, 9th, 15; Lieutenant Mead, 5th Inf., 15; 
Lieutenant Beede, Co. C, 8th, 14; Lieutenant Doherty, Co. G, 9th, 14; Lieutenant 
Wadsworth, Co. A*, 1st Cav., 14; Captain Parker, 1st Brig., 14; Captain Moulton, 
Co. C, 1st, 13; Lt. Colonel Pinkham, 1st Brig., 13; Captain Sheldon, Co. B, 6th, 13; 
Lieutenant Noether, Co. C, 1st, 12; Lt. Colonel Olin, 1st Brig., 12; Captain Toppan, 
Co. E, 1st, 12 ; Adjutant King, 1st Inf., 12 ; Lieutenant Fratis, Co. A, 9th, 12 ; Captain 
Barber, Co. H, 8th, 12 ; Lieutenant Flaherty, Co. H, 9th, 12 ; Lieutenant Batcheller, 
1st Inf., 11; Captain McCurdy, Co. C, 8th, 11; Captain Carstensen, Co. L, 1st, 11; 
Lieutenant Cutler, 1st Brig., 10; Captain Briggs, Co. A, 1st, 10; Lieutenant Mullen, 
9th Inf., 8 ; Lieutenant Leary, Co. F, 9th, 8 ; Captain Sears, Co. D, 5th, 8 ; Captain 
Houghton, Co. C, 5th, 8; Captain Butler, Co. G, 9th, 8; Lieutenant Fox, Co. G, 1st, 
7; Major Sanger, 1st Brig., 6; Captain Barry, Co. C, 9th t 4; Lieutenant Doherty, Co. 
C, 9th, 3; Lieutenant Brown, Co. C, 8th, 3; Adjutant Burford, 6th Inf., 0; Adjutant 
Maguire, 9th Inf., 0; Lieutenapt Lovett, Co. H, 9th, 0. 



SOLDIERS' MATCH. 



FIRST CLASS. 



Private Hinman, Co. D., 1st Regt., . 
Corporal Worthen, Co. C., 6th Regt., 
Musician Daulton, Co. M, 8th Regt., 
Sergeant Shepard, Co. B, 1st Cadets, 
Private Dayton, Co. B, 1st Regt., 
Private Bennett, Co. D, 1st Regt., 
Private Winsbv, Co. H, 5th Regt., . 
Private Frost, Co. M, 8th Regt., 
Private Hallett, Co. C, 1st Cadets, . 
Private Perkins, Co. L, 8th Regt., . 
Sergeant Franklin, Co. G, 1st Regt., 
Private Stearns, Co. B, 1st Regt., 
Private Dodge, Co. B, 1st Regt., 
Sergeant Blake, Co. H, 5th Regt., . 
Corporal Harris, Co. D, 2d Regt., . 
Sergeant Sargent, Co. M, 8th Regt., 
Sergeant Adams, Co. G, 2d Regt., . 
Private Bumstead, Co. G, 2d Regt., 
Private Bartlett, Co. D, 1st Regt., . 
Private Hallett, Co. D, 1st Cadets, . 
Corporal Albee, Co. C, 1st Cadets, . 
Private Dorr, Co. D, 1st Cadets, 
Private Richardson, Co. F, 5th Regt., 
Sergeant Farwell, Co. C, 5th Regt , . 
Sergeant Pope, Co. E, 1st Regt., 
Private Stanion, Co. L, 8th Regt., . 
Sergeant Howland, Co. E, 1st Regt., 
Private Pond, Co. C, 1st Cadets, 
Private Hooker, Co. G, 2d Regt., 
Corporal Snow, Co. D, 2d Regt , 
Private Codman, Co. D, 1st Cadets, 
Private Ambler, Co. G, 1st Regt., . 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



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SOLDIERS' MATCH — Continued. 



Private Turner, Co. C, 5th Regt., 
Sergeant Parker, Co. D, 1st Cadets, 
Sergeant Dole, Co. D, 1st Cadets, 
Private Fenn, Co. C, 1st Regt., 
Corporal Dewey, Co. C, 1st Cadets, 
Private McArthur, Co. C, 1st Regt., 
Private Jenkins, Co. D, 1st Regt., . 
Sergeant Tenney, Co. K, 1st Regt., . 
Corporal Davison, Co. H, 6th Regt , 
Sergeant Fuller, Co. M, 1st Regt., . 
Sergeant Train, Co. D, 2d Regt , 
Sergeant Adle, Co. A, 8th Regt., 



SECOND CLASS. 

Private Davis, Co. G, 6th Regt , 
Private Reardon, Co. F, 9th Regt., . 
Private Flanders, Co. H, 1st Regt., . 
Private White, Co. C, 2d Regt., 
Private Gray, Co. D, 1st Cadets, 
Private Seaverns, Co. M, 8th Regt., 
Corporal Jennings, Co. E, 1st Regt.. 
Private Bradley, Co. E, 1st Regt., . 
Corporal Tisdell, Co. A, 2d Regt., . 
Private Sears, Co. A, 1st Cadets, 
Sergeant Buxton, Co. B, 6th Regt., . 
Sergeant Bagley, Co. C, 6th Regt., . 
Sergeant Battles, Co. I, 1st Regt., . 
Sergeant Simmons, Co. D, 1st Cadets, 
Private Dillaway, Co. D, 1st Cav., . 
Sergeant Cleveland, Co. A, 2d Regt., 
Private Stearns, Co. I, 1st Regt., 
Corporal Kirkpatrick, Co. H, 5th Regt., 
Private Haliburton, Co. D, 1st Regt., 
Corporal Jones, Co. A, 6th Regt., 
Private Kincaid, Co. C, 6th Regt., . 
Sergeant Wilson, Co. C, 6th Regt., . 
Sergeant Boughton, Co. B, 2d Regt., 
Sergeant Lyman, 1st Cav., 
Private Johnson, Co. A, 2d Regt., . 
Private Tucker, Co. F, 1st Regt., 
Private Waugh, Co. A, 1st Cav., 
Private Wilson, Co A, 2d Cadets, . 
Private Dinsmore, Co. F, 5th Regt., 
Private Little, Signal Corps, 1st Regt., 
Private Green, Co. D, 1st Regt., 
Sergeant Bean, Co. G, 6th Regt., 
Private Easterbrook, Co. C, 5th Regt., 
Private Bellows, Co. A, 2d Regt., 
Corporal Erickson, Co. L, 8th Regt., 
Corporal Ford, Co. M, 1st Regt., 
Sergeant Joubert, Co. F, 9th Regt., . 
Sergeant Brown, Co. G, 6th Regt., . 
Sergeant Hathaway, Co. M, 1st Regt., 
Sergeant Major Bellamy, 1st Cav., . 
Private Anderson, Co. F, 1st Regt., . 
Private Winslow, Co. I, 1st Regt., . 
Private Perrins, Co. D, 1st Cav., 
Sergeant Blaisdell, Co. D, 2d Regt., 
Private Lee, Co A, 1st Cadets, 
Private Baker, Co. A, 1st Cadets, . 
Corporal Stearns, Co. G, 2d Regt , . 
Corporal Symonds, Co. H, 8th Regt., 
Private Purdy, Co. C, 5th Regt., 
Private Waitt, Co. I, 8th Regt., 

Corporal Mclntyre, Co. M, 1st, 22; Sergeant Reardon, Co. F, 9th, 22; Private 
Lovejoy, Co. H, 1st, 22; Private Barnum, Co. E, 1st, 22; Bugler Merrill, 2d Brigade, 
22; Private Warren, Co. C, 5th, 22; Corporal Bradley, Co. D, 1st, 21 ; Sergeant 
Gihon, Co. A, 6th, 21; Sergeant Presby, Co. K, 1st, 21; Sergeant Hill, Co. C, 5th, 
21; Private Perrins, Co. D, 1st Cav., 21; Private Fisher, Co. D, 1st, 20; Private 
Fletcher, Co. B, 6th, 20; Private Staples, Co. A, 1st Cav., 20; Private Horton, Co. 






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[Jan. 



SOLDIERS' MATCH — Continued. 

I, 1st, 19; Private Gibbs, Co. E, 1st, 19; Private Binney, Co. A, 1st Cav., 19; Private 
Moore, Co. M, 6th, 18; Sergeant Fuller, Co. M, 1st," 18; Corporal Millett, Co. A, 
6th, 18 ; Sergeant Sterling, Co. B, 2d, 18 ; and twelve scores below 18. 



THIRD CLASS. 

Corporal Benjamin, Co. L, 8th Regt., 
Corporal Jefferson, Co. A, 2d Regt., 
Private Grant, Co. D, 1st Cadets, 
Sergeant Fay, Co. F, 6th Regt., 
Corporal Bagley, Co. B, 2d Regt., . 
Private Shea, Co. D, 6th Regt., 
Sergeant Ingram, Co. M, 6th Regt , 
Sergeant Lombard, Co. B, 1st Regt., 
Corporal Thompson, Co. F, 2d Regt., 
Private Burnett, Co. C, 6th Regt., . 
Corporal Hook, Co. I, 8th Regt., 
Private Burton, Co. B, 1st Regt., 
Private Parkhill, Co. B, 1st Regt., . 
Private St. Dennis, Co. E, 5th Regt , 
Private F. Burnett, Co. C, 6th Regt., 
Corporal Angell, Co. F, 6th Regt., . 
Private Johnston, Co. C, 1st Cadets, 
Private Hallett, Co. D, 1st Cadets, . 
Private Hall, Co. I, 1st Regt., . 
Corporal Ellis, Co. B, 5th Regt., 
Private Neff, Co. A, 1st Regt., . 
Private Skinner, Signal Corps, 1st Regt., 
Private Bishop, Co. F, 2d Regt., 
Private Haskell, Co. B, 1st Cadets, . 
Private Johnson, Co. E, 1st Regt., . 
Serjeant England, Co. G, 6th Regt , 
Corporal Davis, Co. F, 1st Regt., 
Private McGrath, Co. D, 2d Regt., . 
Private Dodge, Co. C, 1st Regt., 
Private Foye, Co. I, 1st Regt., . 
Private Goodwin, Co. F, 5th Regt., . 
Private Skinner, Co. C, 1st Cadets, . 
Corporal H. N. Libbie, Co. C, 1st Regt., 
Private Carr, Co. F, 2d Regt., . 
Private Pierce, Co. A, 1st Regt., 
Corporal Hoeffner, Co. D, 5th Regt., 
Private Rourke, Co. D, 6th Regt., . 
Sergeant Black, Co. F, 2d Regt., 
Corporal Farns worth, Co. C, 6th Regt., 
Sergeant Nichols, Co. A, 1st Cav., . 
Sergeant Hathaway, Co. I, 1st Regt,, 
Sergeant Farnum, Co. G, 1st Regt., . 
Private Slocomb, Co. F, 6th Regt., . 
Sergeant Randall, Co. G, 1st Regt., . 
Sergeant Packer, Co. I, 8th Regt., . 
Private Green, Co. C, 8th Regt., 
Private Sawin, Co. F, 2d Regt., 
Private Bradley, Co. A, 2d Regt., 
Private Chesley, Co. A, 1st Cav., 
Private Hill, Co. K, 1st Regt., . 
Sergeant Amory, Co. B, 1st Cadets, 
Private Bridges, Co H, 2d Regt., 
Sergeant Ballard, Co. C, 8th, Regt , . 
Sergeant Townsend, Co. A, 2d Regt., 
Private Mannix, Co. D, 6th Regt., . 
Sergeant Edgar, Co. M, 1st Regt., . 
Private Emerson, Co. A, 6th Regt.,. 
Private Taylor, Co. F. 2d Regt., 
Private Meek, Co. M, 1st Regt., 
Private Bridges, Co. H, 2d Regt , . 
Sergeant Balmer, Co. B, 5th Regt., . 

Sergeant Smith, Co. D, 8th, 19; Sergeant Wood, Co. F, 2d, 19; Sergeant Dyar, 
Co. C, 1st, 19; Sergeant Chase, Co. D, 8th, 19; Private Cobb,. Co. D, 1st Cav., 19; 
Private Wilson, Co. G, 1st, 19; Private Dickinson, Co. A, 1st Cav., 19; Corporal 
Cartwright, Co. B, 1st Cadets, 19; Corporal Cronan, Co. D, 6th, 19; Private Green , 



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1886.] PUBLIC DOCUiMENT— No. 7. 103 

SOLDIERS' MATCH — Concluded. 

Co. D, 1st, 19; Sergeant Lebbink, Co. D, 5tb, 18; Private Conn, Co. A, 2d Cadets, 
18; Private Croacher, Co. E, 1st, 18; Private Babbitt, Co. B, 6th, 18; Private Doyle, 
Co. B, 2d, 18; Corporal Bagley, Co. G, 6th, 18; Sergeant Lovering, Co. A, 1st 
Cadets, 17; Private Codman, Co. A, 1st Cadets, 17; Sergeant Bacheller, Co. H, 8th, 
17; Sergeant Walton, Co. A, 6th, 17; Corporal Kane, Co. G, 1st, 17; Private 
Preston, Co. A, 6th, 17; Drum Maj.' Boynton, 5th Inf., 16; Private Cheney, Co. H, 
1st, 16; Private Walcott, Co. I, 8th, 16; Private Francis, Co. A, 1st Cadets, 16; 
Corporal Noll, Co. L, 1st, 16; Private Given, Co. H, 1st, 16; Private Cook, Co. H, 
1st, 16; Private Locke, Co. D, 1st Cav., 16; Private Ellis, Co. G, 1st, 16; Sergeant 
Koehler, Co. A, 1st, 15; Sergeant Gove, Co. I, 8th, 15; Private White, Co. A, 1st 
Cav., 15; Corporal Claupein, Co. A, 1st, 15; Corporal Brooks, Co. L, 1st, 15; Pri- 
vate Kendrick, Co. I, 1st, 15; Sergeant Henderson, Co. B, 5th, 15; Private Fenn, 
Co. A, 6th, 15; Private Green, Co. B, 2d, 15; and twenty scores below 15. 



104 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORTS OF COMMANDING OFFICERS. 



Headquarters First Brigade, 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 
Boston, Dec. 17, 1885. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — In accordance with Par. 12, General Order No. 6, C. S. 
A. G. O., I have the honor to report that this brigade performed 
its usual five days' camp duty at South Framingham from June 
9th to 13th inclusive. 

I would respectfully call }our attention to the necessity for hav- 
ing blankets, canteens, and haversacks at the arsenal read}' for 
issue, for without them the troops could not do two days' duty awaj T 
from their homes. 

Ver}' respectfulh', your obedient servant, 

Nat. Wales, 

Brigadier General. 



Headquarters First Brigade, 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 
Boston, May 28, 1885. 

Lieut. Col. Wm. M. Olin, Assistant Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report, that in obedience to Special 
Order No. 9, May 22, 1885, I proceeded to the State camp ground 
at South Framingham, and laid out the camp to be occupied b}' 
this brigade, in pursuance of General Orders No. 6, C. S. A. G. O. 

The camp was laid out in one straight line, the front tent pole 
of the first company of the regiment on the right being 102 feet 
perpendicular, to a point on the fence 425 feet from the main en- 
trance to the camp ground. The front tent pole of the rear tent 
of the same company was 104 feet to the rear. The tents of each 
wing of the regiments of infantry faced to the outer flank of such 
wing ; those of the two batteries of artillery and the company of 
cavalry faced inwards, enclosing a park in the centre. The tents 
of the line officers of infantry, and of the non-commissioned officers 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



105 



of artillery and cavalr}', were on a line, 30 feet in rear of the corn- 
pan}' tents. Those of the commanding officers and staffs were on a 
line to the rear of those of the line officers, giving an intervening 
street 76 feet wide. Commanding officers of organizations were 
permitted to arrange their headquarters, band and mess tents as 
the} T pleased ; the headquarters tents being upon the line indicated, 
the others in rear. 

The company streets in the infantry were 25 feet wide ; the regi- 
mental headquarters streets 50 feet in width ; intervals between 
organizations, 75 feet. 

The front line of camp ran from the point first indicated, in a 
direction the prolongation of which would intersect a point 25 
feet in front of the northeast corner of the cavalry stable nearest 
the road, and in a line with the side of this stable. 

The line was composed, from right to left, of the following com- 
mands : — 



2d Regiment Infantry, 8 companies, 

Interval, 

1st Regiment Infantry, 12 companies, 

Interval, 

6th Regiment Infantry, 12 companies, 

Interval, 

Battery " B," 5th U. S. Artillery, . 

Interval, 

Battery " B," M.V.M., . 

Interval, 

Company " F," Cavalry, 

Total length brigade line, 



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The camp of the signal corps was pitched six rods west of the 
headquarters stable gate ; the large mess tent next the fence ; 
opposite its centre the signal officer's tent, facing a street 25 feet 
wide, on each side of which, facing inwards, were four tents for the 
men. 

The hospital tents were placed between the medical director's 
office, at brigade headquarters, and the fence, facing the right of 
the brigade line. 

The camp was pitched this year by men hired for the purpose by 
the Adjutant General's office, instead of, as formerly, by details 
from the different commands. 

I have the honor to be, sir, 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Edward T. Bouve, 

Captain and Engineer. 



106 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Headquarters First Brigade, 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 
Boston, July 1, 1885. 

Lieut. Col. Wm, M. Olin, Assistant Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit my report of provost guard 
dut}' at camp at Framingham, June 8 to 12, inclusive : — 

In accordance with General Order No. 3, the usual detail from 
Company F, Cavalry, reported to me on the morning of June 8, 
and I at once established a patrol both in camp and on the road to 
South Framingham. There was no disturbance whatever, and no 
arrests. On Tuesdaj*, June 9, 1885, the guard-house was turned 
over to the infantry guard about 2 p. m., and the guard-house and 
prisoners remained in charge of the infantry guard during the 
remainder of the camp. 

Patrols were kept constantly out, but so few soldiers were found 
out of camp, and they were so orderlj T , that the provost guard had 
realty nothing to do. During the entire week but two soldiers 
were found outside without passes, and they were quiet and 
orderly, and were brought into camp and turned over to their com- 
manding officers. I discovered that a detail of State police were 
at South Framingham, but failed to see why the}* had been sent 
there, as they literally had nothing to do. I, however, found them 
ver}' agreeable and social, and the stories of their varied experi- 
ences served to while awa} r more than one tedious hour. My 
experience of this and previous tours of duty has convinced me 
that the citizens of South Framingham are fond of laying all dis- 
turbances, at the time of camp, to the soldiers, most of which, if 
not all, is entirely undeserved ; and the reporters always stand 
ready to "catch on" to such rumors, true or false, as valuable 
items with which to fill their papers. On Monday, June 8, a theft 
occurred of some carpenter's tools, and it was reported to me with 
the addition that certain gates had been unhung. The State police 
satisfied themselves that no gates had been touched, and that the 
theft was beyond a doubt the work of a tramp who had been seen 
in that localit} T , and that none of the troops had been near the spot 
at all. 

I can safely say that there was no disturbance whatever, beyond 
occasional parties of noisy civilians, most of whom came from 
neighboring towns ; and the police of Framingham assured me that 
the order was as well maintained as when there were no troops in 
camp. 

I issued the necessary passes to sutlers, ice men and others, for 
such teams as were needed to supply the various caterers, and all 
other heavy teams were excluded. 



188C] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. ' 107 

Having been detailed for special dut}' in«Boston on Saturday, I 
was relieved by Lieut. Smith of Company F, Cavalry, who took 
charge of the provost guard; and I left camp on Friday, June 12, 
1885, at 4.30 p. m. 

I would respectfully suggest that the sheds in the rear of the 
guard-house be closed in, as after a long march the horses, coming 
in heated, are too much exposed in stormy or windy weather, and 
deserve better protection. 

I cannot close without once again expressing ni} T gratification at 
the very quiet and soldierty manner in which the detail under my 
command perfoimed its duties, which reflects great credit upon 
Company F, and shows that the officers have thoroughly attended 
to their duties, and that the men have done their part in the 
endeavor to make the company a serviceable troop, and not holiday 
soldiers. 

I am, very respectfull}-, 3-our obedient servant, 

Frank W. Reynolds, 
Capt. and Provost Marshal, 1st Brigade, M. V. M. 



Headquarters First Brigade, 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 

Boston, July 1, 1885. 

Lieut. Col. William M. Olin, Assistant Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
tour of duty performed by the Signal Corp in camp, at South Fram- 
ingham, June 9 to 13, 1885. 

The corps went into camp Monday night, June 8, and the 
morning report, Tuesday, showed one officer and twenty-five enlisted 
mpn present for dut} T , its full strength ; which I am pleased to say 
was continued during the week with one exception, one sergeant 
being obliged to return home Thursda}', to pass an examination 
for admittance to the bar. 

As far as possible the regular hours of drill were followed. Set- 
ting up drill and balance step, every morning before breakfast, and 
during the hours for company and battalion drills, company move- 
ments, flag drill, manual of the kit, and flagging from stations. On 
Wednesday and Thursday nights, from three to four hours each 
was spent in flagging from stations by means of torches, with very 
satisfactory results. On account of insufficient number of kits we 
were unable to work but three stations ; two more kits should be 



108 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

provided to enable us to work our full complement. The State 
should also provide turpentine for use in the torches. 

On Wednesday, Capt. Strong, Battery " B," 4th U. S. Artillery, 
did us the honor to call, and spent several hours with us, and we 
received much valuable information from him. At the time of his 
visit, we were working the heliographs. On examining the instru- 
ments he advised me to discontinue at once the working of them, 
as they were imperfect instruments, had been condemned by U. S. 
government, and would interfere in our working better instruments 
should we ever obtain them. He stated that the Crugen heliograph 
was used in the U. S. Signal Service, and was the best instrument 
known, and thought the U. S. government would gladly furnish us 
with them. We demonstrated to our own satisfaction that we 
could send messages b}' means of the heliograph, but were obliged 
to agree with Capt. Strong that it was faulty and unreliable. 

I enclose the Meteorological report kept by Sergt. Frank L. 
Creesy ; it is as complete as the instruments provided will allow. 

The corps was an object of considerable interest to civilians, as 
well as a large number of officers, and was highly complimented, 
not only for its signal work, but for its discipline and soldierly 
appearance. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Charles H. Cutler, 

First Lieut, and Signal Officer. 



1886.] 



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110 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Headquarters First Corps of Cadets, 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 

Boston, July 20, 1885. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to report that, in obedience to 
General Orders No. 6, dated A. G. O., May 1, 1885, my command 
went into camp on Monday morning, July 13, at Hingham, Mass., 
and so remained until Saturday morning, July 18, when it returned 
to Boston. 

The hours of service and roll calls were the same as in the past 
few } T cars. Rifle practice was omitted on account of a defect in 
the range, to correct which the corps would have been put to a 
greater expense than it could afford to assume this }'ear. 

Since our last encampment, a road has been run across the front 
of the camp ground, and a substantial picket fence has been 
placed along this road ; also for a distance of about 300 feet be- 
tween our land and the land of Harding to the westward. The 
bath-house has been relocated and remodelled ; in its new form it 
is much enlarged ; the plumbing is permanent, and the building 
has compartments for the officers, the companies and the band. 
A ventilator has been built upon the roof of the kitchen, giving en- 
tire comfort to the servants in the kitchen loft. Against one end 
of the sink building a small shed has been built, in which all camp 
lanterns are cleaned and stored by day. 

The arrangement of the tents was about the same as last year, 
each company and the band having eight tents arranged in double 
rows, facing twenty-foot streets, except the street of the color 
company, which was thirty feet. Standards with rails were used 
to pitch the tents, and every tent in camp had a fly owned b}' the 
corps. Every tent-floor had a back-board, about one fuot wide, 
secured to the floor by long wrought-iron hinges, so that the board, 
which stands up against the rear pole when the tent is pitched, 
ma} T lie flat upon the floor when stored away. In ever}' tent was 
placed a catch-all box, of uniform pattern, for the reception of 
cigar ends, paper scraps, and other rubbish, too frequently thrown 
upon the ground. 

All of the improvements named above have been paid for from 
the treasury of the corps. 

The only interruption to the established routine of duty was on 
Tuesday, the 14th inst., when dress-parade and the evening band 
practice were omitted on account of rain, which, however, ceased 
before tattoo. 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. Ill 

At fatigue call ever}' morning the officer of the day had each 
compan} T and the band parade for inspection of quarters, which 
was minute. Each compan} r was then deployed as skirmishers to 
police an allotted space in such a manner that every inch of the 
camp ground was carefully gone over. This kept the camp very 
clean. The catch-all boxes in the tents were also an important 
adjunct in the thorough police of the ground. 

The food was of excellent quality, and contained no element 
liable to produce camp sickness. The officers of the medical de- 
partment are entitled to the credit for this. They were constant 
in their supervision, not only of the food itself, but of its prepara- 
tion and cooking. Fruit, pastry, cake, and all indigestible things 
were prohibited. As a result, we had no sick in camp, save one 
man one day, and he had neuralgia. 

Of the manner in which duty was done I do not think it neces- 
sary to make comment, since the inspectors detailed to visit the 
camp are charged with such duty ; but I respectfully commend the 
members of the corps for an attempt, honestly made, to carry out 
strict discipline, particularly as regards the powers and responsi- 
bility of non-commissioned officers. The first sergeants were held 
responsible to the captains, and the other non-commissioned officers 
were held responsible to the first sergeants. 

The corps experienced great pleasure in having as its guests 
Major General Samuel Dalton, Inspector General of Massachu- 
setts, and Major A. C. M. Pennington, 4th U.S. Artillery, detailed 
by the War Department to visit and report upon the camps of the 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. These officers, while exercising 
their functions as inspectors, gave many valuable hints, and were 
constantly appealed to for decisions upon matters of military cus- 
tom. The corps will have sincere regret if, by reason of his recent 
change of station, Colonel Pennington may not again be placed on 
this duty as our inspector. 

In closing this report, I desire to sa}- that the corps is unusually 
indebted to its quartermaster for his faithful and vigorous super- 
vision of the work upon the camp ground, buildings, and other 
property appertaining to the camp, wherein his patience, ingenuity 
and perseverance have been severely taxed. 

The attendance this year, exclusive of the band, averaged 75 
per cent. 



112 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Table of Attendance. 



Present. 





Officers. 


Men. 


Monday,. 


14 


115 


Tuesday, 


14 


115 


Wednesday, . 


14 


115 


Thursday, 


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114 


Friday, . 


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115 


Saturday. 


14 


114 



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24 
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34 


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34 



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15 
15 
15 
15 



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157 

157 
157 
157 
157 



Band 



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24 
24 
24 
24 
24 



Total. 



196 
196 
196 
196 
196 
196 



I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Thomas F. Edmands, 

Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 
Boston, Aug. 15, 1885. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General: — In accordance with General Orders No. 6, C. S., I 
have the honor to submit the following report of the encampment 
of this command for the }*ear 1885. 

The several organizations were early in camp and reported for 
duty promptly at the time ordered, 12 o'clock m., at which time 
the regular duties of the camp commenced ; from that time until 
the close of the encampment every duty was carried out with 
promptness and in exact accordance with established rules'. 

The attendance as a whole was quite satisfactory, although I 
regret to state that a number of the companies did not have a sat- 
isfactory number of men present ; this is either occasioned by in- 
difference on the part of the officers and men of the organizations, 
or a lack of interest by the people of the localities in which the 
companies are situated. I trust that in future tours of duty the 
companies referred to will strive to have a larger per cent, of men 
present for duty. 

Although the weather during the encampment was very hot, yet 
there was not a large amount of sickness in camp, but few of the 
men needing medical treatment. 

The order and discipline were generally very satisfactory. I take 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 113 

pleasure in commending the improvement in military courtesy over 
that of the encampment of last year, and look for further improve- 
ment in the future. I can also report an improvement in guard 
duty ; but trust during the winter months the officers and men com- 
posing the companies of the brigade will make extra exertions, 
that in the future the improvement in this duty may be more 
marked. 

The daily duties were about the same as at the encampment of 
last year. I report with much satisfaction the increased interest 
in skirmish drill and target practice ; in the latter duty each man 
of the infantry and cavahy, as in the camp of last year, fired five 
shots at two hundred yards range, with much better results than at 
the former encampment. Taking into consideration that most of 
this duty was done voluntarily, at times allowed the troops to be 
"off duty," thereby not interfering with other duties, it shows an 
interest that is very commendable. I am deeply imbued with the 
importance of proficiency in these duties, and anticipate better 
results for the coming year. I respectfull}' recommend, in view of 
the fact that many of the troops of this command have not so favor- 
able an opportunity to practise at rifle shooting as is desirable, 
that a five-hundred-yard range be established at the camp at 
Framingham. I also recommend that the legislature at its next 
session be asked to so amend the laws of the Commonwealth as 
to provide for the appointment of an assistant inspector of rifle 
practice on the staff of each brigade, regiment and battalion. 

The ceremonies of the camp were rarely ever performed in a 
more prompt and correct manner than in this camp. 

Battalion drills were executed generally in a manner showing 
knowledge on the part of officers and men ; a few exceptions were 
noticed of hesitancy on the part of officers, caused probably by 
the uncertaint}' of knowing just' what to do. I urge upon the 
officers the importance of a thorough knowledge of tactics as 
applies to the positions they occupy or are liable to occupy in an 
emergency, that on drill there ma}- be no blunders or hesitancy. 

The formation of a signal corps and an ambulance corps, since 
the encampment of last year, — the latter only a few da} r s previous 
to the encampment of this } T ear, — adds materially to the efficiency 
of the brigade ; with more experience the benefits derived will, I 
think, be correspondingly increased. 

The transportation of the entire brigade by rail from South 
Framingham to Boston on the last day of the camp, was made 
with despatch, in good order, and without accident of any kind, 
fully demonstrating that the command is under such a state of 
efficiency that they can be relied upon for any duty. 



114 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

I cannot close my report without again expressing my apprecia- 
tion of the interest and zeal manifested by both officers and men 
to make the encampment a success in every respect ; the}' are still 
further entitled to commendation for their courage and forbearance 
on the march in Boston on the last day of this tour of duty. Veter- 
ans perhaps could have better withstood the powerful rays of the 
sun, but none could have manifested more persistenc}' in maintain- 
ing their positions in the ranks than the men of this command. 

I have the honor to be, 

Very respectfully your obedient servant, 

Benj. F. Peach, Jr., 

Brigadier General. 



Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 

Salem, Aug. 20, 1885. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
annual encampment of this command, the dut} T being performed in 
compliance with General Orders No. 6, A. G. O. 

The command left Salem on Monday morning, and by special 
train over the Eastern Railroad reached " Centennial Grove," in 
Essex, where the tour of duty has been performed for the past three 
3'ears. Arriving upon the field, the entire command, including the 
bandsmen, were at once at work pitching the tents, and the balance 
of the day was devoted to arranging the quarters ; all being in order 
before the middle of the afternoon, when guard mounting took place, 
and was followed by the ceremony of dress parade. 

The official tour of duty commenced on Tuesday morning, and 
during the entire week no interruption from the regular routine 
occurred. The Adjutant General, with Col. A. C. M. Pennington, 
U. S. Artillerj*, arrived in camp on Tuesday afternoon and remained 
during the week. On Friday His Excellency the Governor, accom- 
panied by his staff, visited the encampment and reviewed the com- 
mand ; afterwards witnessing a battalion drill, including the 
firings. 

The total strength of the command was as follows, viz : — 



Field Officers, 
Commissioned Staff, 
Non-commissioned Staff, 
Company A, . 
Company B, . 



2 present. 



5 


it 


1 


4 


u 




46 


u 


6 


58 


If 


5 



1 absent. 



115 



12 



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The work of the command was very satisfactory to me, and all 
credit is due to the captains for the earnestness with which they 
have performed their duties in the armory and on the field. Nor 
would I forget a word of praise and commendation to the other line 
officers, the enlisted men and the bandsmen, for cheerful compliance 
with every order and prompt attention to every duty required dur- 
ing the encampment. Not the slightest breach of discipline was 
reported, and from our point of observation the camp was, as one 
of instruction, highly successful. 

Target practice took place during the last four days of the week, 
and was superintended by Lieut. C. W. Lang of Company B. 

Acknowledging kindly suggestions from time to time, both from 
yourself and Col. Pennington, 

I am, sir, your most obedient servant, 

J. Frank Dalton, 

Lieut. Colonel Commanding. 



Headquarters First Regiment Infantry, 

First Brigade, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 

Boston, Dec. 31, 1885. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report, pertain- 
ing to instruction and practice in heavy artillery by this regiment, 
for the year now ending, as required in Special Orders No. 54, 
A. G. O., series 1882. 

It must be borne in mind that the requirement of active infantry 
work in armories absorbs the greater portion of time at the dis- 
posal of officers and men ; and, in consequence, instruction in artil- 
leiy can receive but limited attention. The interest in the work, 
however, continues unabated. It is praiseworthy indeed to note 
the diligence shown by officers when, by the lack of proper appli- 
ances wherewith to demonstrate in theory, resort has been made to 
improvised methods, truly primitive in construction. 

May 26, upon the invitation of the Adjutant General, Majors 
Mathews, Jackson and Hovey visited Fort Dalton, at the State 
grounds, with small detachments from their respective battalions, 
and gave an exhibition of drill and practice firing before the mili- 
tary committee of the legislature. 

At the annual encampment in June, the three battalions in the 
regiment had one hour each of drill at Fort Dalton. A brigade 



116 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

encampment, with its varied and active duties, will not admit of 
much digression in additional labor ; and the opportunity for drill 
was made available onlv by my excusing the battalions in turn 
from the "battalion drill" in the a.m. of the 10th, 11th, and 
12th. No orders being given for practice firing by the command- 
ing officer of the camp, the regiment, in consequence, has no report 
to make. 

The annual drill of the regiment occurred September 4 ; and, 
through the courtesy of Col. L. L. Livingston, 4th U. S. Artillery, 
commanding, the regiment was privileged, for the second time, in 
parading at Fort Warren. The regiment was honored in having 
the presence of His Excellency Governor George D. Robinson, 
with a number of prominent officials from State and cities, as 
guests. The Commander-in-Chief, attended by Adjutant General 
Samuel Dalton, and 1st Lieut. Peter Leary, 4th U. S. Artillery, 
was taken under escort at the State House ; and, upon lauding from 
steamer Empire State at the fort, they were received with cus- 
tomaiy honors by the garrison. 

Four hours were given to drill and practice firing with barbette 
guns during the afternoon, with successful results. The regiment 
is under great obligations to the officers of the garrison batteries, 
Captains Stor} T , Greenough, Lieutenants Howe, Leary, and Cum- 
mings, who were untiring in their endeavors to assist in instruc- 
tion, both at drill and practice firing. The handling of heavy 
guns by those of limited or no experience is in itself hazardous, 
and it is a source of gratification that, with experience in two 
instances of dangerous work, there has been no accident. The 
experience at the fort in 1884 dispelled all fear, so that confidence 
was fully established in the handling of the garrison guns at the 
fort the present season. The tour of dut} T , in addition to artillery 
work, embraced a review of the regiment by Col. Livingstone, and 
a dress parade. Detachments from companies each fired two shots, 
with results as shown in following table : — 



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118 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

With 1885 ends the fourth year of duty 03^ the regiment in the 
study of heav}' artillery. In m3 T report for 1884, I called for im- 
proved means and facilities with which to develop work in a more 
practical manner. I made several recommendations in said report, 
and in a letter to 3'our department, under date Jul3 T 16th of this 
year, I urged the granting of a special tour of duty at Fort Inde- 
pendence. Officers and men, including a good percentage of 
membership, would have willing^ given their time in furtherance 
of such an object, if the State could have furnished transportation 
and rations similar to the issue in the regular arn^. Great advan- 
tages would be gained b3 T such a course, and I hope the opportune- 
may yet be afforded. 

The practicabilh"y of continuing the study under such limited 
means and opportunities may very property be questioned. I 
should regret exceedingly to note the abandonment of the enter- 
prise, when the regiment has displayed such interest and devotion 
to the undertaking. It would be unjust to many faithful officers 
and men who have applied themselves diligently in the study and 
drill, even to the sacrifice of time and means, to rescind the order 
which inaugurated the work. 

Since assuming the trust given me in 1882, of directing this 
special branch of stud3 T in the regiment, I have been associated 
with officers of the regular army, and have come to realize the 
importance which can be attached to a proper development of the 
work in hand. The subject meets with their full approval, and 
the3 T have given liberalty of their time in co-operation and support. 
With experience in command on two occasions within a foitifica- 
tion, I am fully convinced that the regiment, even as it stands 
to-da3 T , could give immediate and effective support to the garrison 
in Boston Harbor in case of emergency. 

I trust, sir, that you may be able to so engage the attention of 
the Commander-in-Chief, in consideration of the heav3 T artillery 
stud3 T , as to secure a more definite status, especialty as pertains to 
organization and appliances. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Austin C. Wellington, 

Colonel. 



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GENERAL ORDERS. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Jan. 1, 1885. 
General Orders No. 1.* 

I. The following order is hereby published for the information 

of the militia : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Executive Department, 

Boston, Jan. 1, 1885. 

The following-named officer is hereby appointed Assistant Quarter- 
master General on the staff of the Commander-in-Chief, with the rank of 
Colonel : Ephraim Stearns of Waltham. 

George D. Robinson, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

II. The foregoing officer, having been duly commissioned and 
qualified, will be obe} r ed and respected accordingly. 

III. Regimental, battalion and unattached company com- 
manders will report at once to this office, the evenings on which 
their several companies assemble for drill. " Armory Inspections " 
will commence as soon as possible, and all State property will be in 
the armories for inspection. 

IV. The 1st Regiment of Infantry, 1st Brigade, M. V. M , 
having won the first trophy at the State Rifle Match for 1884, be- 
comes entitled to carry the silken scarf on its colors for the year 
1885. Colonel B. F. Bridges, commanding 2nd Infantry, will turn 
over to Colonel A. C. Wellington said scarf. 

V. Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders are charged with the 
promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 
* Whole number, series 1885, 13. 



120 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Jan. 29, 1885. 
General Orders No. 2. 

I. In the matter of the charges and specifications preferred 
against Capt. Edward A. Harris, Company C, 2d Regiment Infantry, 
1st Brigade, M. V. M., a full investigation having been had, for 
satisfactory reasons and in the interest of the public service, Special 
Orders No. 3, current series, from this office, are hereby rescinded, 
and Capt. Edward A. Harris is hereby reprimanded and restored to 
duty. 

II. Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders are charged with 
the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



• Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Feb. 14, 1885. 
General Orders No. 3. 

I. Armory and field rifle practice will be conducted in accord- 
ance with Pars. I. to VI. inclusive, G. O. No. 2, 1884, which will 
govern requisitions, returns and qualifications for the current year. 
Attention is called to the circular of the Inspector General of Rifle 
Practice, of this date. 

II. To companies not already provided therewith, new rear- 
sights for the Springfield Rifle will be issued on requisition, to the 
number of ten for each compan}^. Requisitions will state the 
number now held, if any, and the issue will supply deficiency, to 
the total number above stated. 

III. The Inspector General of Rifle Practice is hereby author- 
ized to sanction any strictly military competition with the Spring- 
field Rifle, which in his judgment maj T be useful to stimulate indi- 
vidual practice ; and, upon his certificate of approval, badges or 
medals won in any such competition may be worn by the winners 
thereof. 

IV. The excellent record as to rifle practice, made by the militia 
in 1884, showing nearly one-fourth of the entire force to be quali- 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 121 

fied as marksmen, should stimulate commanding officers to further 

effort ; and they are urged to take up the work promptly, and to 

make their requisitions and returns at the earliest practicable dates. 

V. Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders will promulgate this 

order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Feb. 19, 1885. 
General Orders No. 4. 

I. The following is published for the information of the 

militia : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Executive Department, 

Boston, Feb. 19, 1885 

In consideration of the report and recommendations of the Inspector 
General's Department, together with communications from Colonel 
Benjamin F. Bridges, Jr., commanding regiment, and Captain Herbert 
W, Swan, commanding Company E, Second Regiment Infantry, First 
Brigade, M. V. M., with endorsements thereon by Brigadier General 
Nat. Wales, commanding said brigade, it appears that said Company E, 
Second Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., has fallen below the standard of 
efficiency ; therefore, let an order be issued disbanding said Company E, 
and arrangements at once be made for the care of State property. 

The petition of William II. Connor and others of the town of Orange, 
for permission to form a company to be attached to the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, is hereby granted. 

George D. Robinson, 

Commander -in- Chief. 

II. Company E, Second Regiment Infantry, First Brigade, 
M. V. M., is hereby disbanded. Honorable discharges for officers 
and enlisted men will be issued from this office. Colonel Benjamin 
F. Bridges, Jr., commanding Second Regiment Infantry, will at 
once make the necessary arrangements for the proper care of State 
property. 

III. Colonel Benjamin F. Bridges, Jr., Second Regiment In- 
fantry, will arrange for the enlistment and muster into service of 



122 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the new compan}', in the town of Orange, on Thursday evening, 
Feb. 26, 1885, and it will be known as Company E of the Second 
Regiment Infantr}', First Brigade, M. V. M. 

IV. Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders are charged with 
the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Feb. 19, 1885. 
General Orders No. 5. 

I. Before a General Court Martial, which convened at Boston, 
March 20, 1884, pursuant to Special Orders No. 125, Adjutant 
General's Office, dated Nov. 9, 1883, and of which Col. Wil- 
liam A. Bancroft, 5th Regiment of Infantiy, is President, was ar- 
raigned and tried — 

First Lieut. John J. Foley, Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., M. V. M. 

Charge I. Disobedience of orders. 

Specification 1st: In this, that he, the said First Lieut. John J. Foley, 
Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., Second Brigade, M. V M., refused to drill or 
instruct enlisted men of the company when ordered to do so by his com- 
mander, to wit, the captain of said Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., Second Brigade, 
M. V. M., on or about Sept. 18, 1883; this done in the armory of said 
company, at a regular drill of said company. 

Charge II. Conduct prejudicial to good order and military disci- 
pline. 

Specification 1st: In this, that he, the said First Lieut. John J. Foley, 
Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., Second Brigade, M. V. M., refused, in the presence 
of said company, to drill or instruct enlisted men when ordered to do 
so by his commander, to wit, the captain of said Co. H, and made answer, 
" I won't. What are the sergeants for? " or words to that effect; this 
on or about the 18th Sept., 1883 ; this done in the armory of said com- 
pany, at a regular drill of said company. 

Specification 2d: In this, that he, the said First Lieut John J. Foley, 
Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., Second Brigade, M. V. M., when asked a few 
moments later if he still refused to drill or instruct the enlisted men, 
made answer as follows : " I do. You might as well ask me to clean 
out the spittoons. I suppose you will, next," or words to that effect; 
this done in the presence of the company, and in the armory of said 
company, on or about Sept. 18, 1883. 

To which charges and specifications the accused, First Lieut. John J. 
Foley, Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., M. V. M., pleaded, Not guilty. 



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Findings. 

The Court, having maturely considered the evidence adduced, finds the 
accused First Lieut. John J. Foley, Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., M. V. M. : 



Charge I. 
Charge II. 



Of Specification 1 , Guilt}'. 
Of Charge 1, Guilty. 

Of Specification 1, Guilty. 

Of Specification 2, Guilty. 

Of Charge 2, Guilty. 

Sentence. 

And the Court does therefore sentence him, the said First Lieut. John 
J. Foley, Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., to be dismissed from the service. 

II. The proceedings of the Court, having by the Judge Advo- 
cate General been declared to be regular and in proper form, and 
the findings and sentence in accordance with law, were submitted 
by the Adjutant General to His Excellency the Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief, whose orders thereon are as follows : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Executive Department, 

Boston, Nov. 25, 1884. 
The proceedings, findings, and sentence in the case of First Lieut. John 
J. Foley, Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., M. V. M., are hereby approved. 

George D. Robinson, 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

III. The appeal of First Lieut. John J. Foley, from the sen- 
tence of the Court having been heard and considered, the order 
of His Excellency the Governor and Commander-in-Chief thereon 

is as follows : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Executive Department, 

Boston, Aug. 1, 1884. 

The appeal of First Lieut. John J. Foley, Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf., is not 
sustained, and the sentence will be carried into effect. 

George D. Robinson, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

IV. First Lieut. John J. Foley, Co. H, 9th Regt. Inf.,M. V. M., 
is hereby dismissed the service. 

V. The Court, of which Colonel William A. Bancroft is Presi- 
dent, is hereby dissolved. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



124 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, May 1, 188"i. 
General Orders No. 6. 

I. The troops comprising the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia 
will parade for drill at the places and on the dates hereinafter 
named. The Inspector General will designate the officer who shall 
attend such drills and report thereon. 

First Infantry, First Brigade, Boston, .... Oct. 2, 10 a. M. 

Second Infantry, First Brigade, Greenfield, . . Sept. 17, 10 " 

Sixth Infantry, First Brigade, So. Framingham,. . Oct. 7,10 " 
Fifth Infantry, Second Brigade (as ordered in S. C). 

No. 46, dated April 27), Boston, .... May 20, 10 " 

Eighth Infantry, Second Brigade, Salem, . . . Sept. 24, 10 "" 

Ninth Infantry, Second Brigade, Boston, . . . May 30, 10 " 

First Corps Cadets, So. Framingham, .... Oct. 19, 10 " 

Second Corps Cadets, Salem, June 19, 10 " 

Battery A, First Batt. Art'y, Second Brigade, Boston, . " 30, 10 " 

Battery B, First Brigade, Worcester, .... Sept. 11, 10 " 

Battery C, First Batt. Artfy, Second Brigade, Melrose, June 17, 10 " 

First Batt. of Cavalry, Second Brigade, Boston, . . May 28, 10 " 

Company F, Cavalry, First Brigade, Westford, . . Sept, 22, 10 u - 

II. Commanding officers will make the necessary arrangements 
to secure an enclosure sufficient for the purposes of drill, to which 
will be admitted all commissioned officers in uniform, and such 
other persons as may l)e provided with passes issued by the com- 
manding officer of the organization on duty. 

III. Muster-rolls and assignment-rolls will be prepared, and the 
muster of the troops be conducted as prescribed in Article XXIII, 
Regulations M. V. M. Blanks will be forwarded respectively to 
Regimental, Battalion, and Compan}' Commanders direct from this 
office. 

IV. The Annual Encampments of the Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia for the year 1885 will be held as follows, and the troops 
composing the several organizations of same will go into camp for 
five days, as herein directed : — 

First Brigade, Brigadier General Nat. Wales, commanding, at 
State Camp Ground, South Framingham, June 9 ; Second Brigade, 
Brigadier General Benj. F. Peach, Jr., commanding, at State Camp 
Ground, July 21 ; First Corps Cadets, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas 
F. Edmands, commanding, at Hingham, July 13 ; Second Corps 
Cadets, Lieutenant Colonel J. Frank Dalton, commanding, at 
Essex, August 11 . 

V. Brigade commanders are hereb}' ordered to assume control 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 125 

of the State Camp Grounds (excepting the Arsenal and buildings 
immediately adjoining) on the day prior to the encampment of their 
respective commands, and all officers and soldiers are directed to 
conform to the regulations which shall be made by brigade com- 
manders in pursuance of this order. 

YT. Brigade commanders will make details for Provost Guard, 
and from each battalion and unattached company the Quartermaster 
and Quartermaster Sergeant for duty on the da\ T preceding the en- 
campments, but no detail of camping parties for pitching tents will 
be made. They will also detail a staff officer to attend to embark- 
ing and disembarking troops at the Boston & Albany depots, in 
Hoston and South Framingham, on the first and fifth da}~s of camp. 

VII. The Judge Advocate of each brigade is hereby ordered, 
during the encampments, to exercise jurisdiction under sect. 112, 
chap. 14 of the Public Statutes. 

VIII. The officers to whom details are ordered to report will 
verify the same, and, on the first da\- of the encampment, certify 
the names of those present to their Paymaster, who will at once see 
that they are reported on the proper muster-rolls in the column of 
"Extra day." 

IX. Attention is directed to Paragraphs 2009 to 2017, Regula- 
tions M. V. M., and further, in the case of mounted officers and 
enlisted men, to sects. 31, 132 and 133, chap. 14 of the Public 
Statute-. 

X. Muster pay-rolls, with other returns required by law, must 
be promptly rendered, to facilitate the payment of troops. 

XI. Cook houses and tent floors will be provided by the State. 
The actual cost of transporting horses of field and staff officers to 
and from camp will be allowed on receipt of proper vouchers, ap- 
proved by regimental commanders. 

XII. Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders, after the tour of 
encampment, will make a written report to this office of the duty 
performed by their commands, with such observations and sugges- 
tions as they ma}' deem for the good of the service. 

XIII. Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders are charged with 
the promulgation of this order to their several commands. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant- General. 



126 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jau. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Adjutant General s Office, 

Boston, July 24, 1885. 
General Orders No. 7. 

I. The Commander-in-Chief, with profound sorrow, announces 
the death of General Ulysses S. Grant, which occurred at Mt. 
McGregor, in the State of New York, at eight minutes past eight 
o'clock, on the morning of the twenty-third instant. 

II. As a tribute of respect to the memory of the deceased, the 
officers of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia will wear the usual 
badge of mourning for ninety days ; and on occasions of ceremony, 
all regimental and battalion colors will be draped with crape for 
the same period. The national color will be displayed at half-staff 
on the arsenal and all armories of the State on the day after the 
receipt of this order, and until and including the day of the funeral 
obsequies. On the day of the funeral, the commanding officer of 
Battery A, 1st Battalion, Light Artillery, will cause guns to be 
fired on Boston Common at intervals of thirty minutes from sunrise 
to one o'clock P. M. ; and during the hour of the funeral cere- 
monies, minute guns ; and at the close of the day, a national salute 
of thirty- eight guns. 

III. Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders are charged with 
the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Sept. 5, 1885. 
General Orders No. 8. 

Permission is hereby granted for the formation of a team from 
the A M. V. ML, for participation in the " Inter-State Rifle Match " 
at Creedmoor, Sept. 19, 1885. 

Colonel H. T. Rockwell, Inspector General of Rifle Practice, will 
select and organize the team : and, under his direction, Capt. John 
B. Osborn, Brigade Quartermaster, 1st Brigade, is detailed to act 
as captain of the team. 

To the men selected, pay will be allowed for five days' practice, 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 127 

and also transportation to and from the place where the match 
occurs. To those men who, for team practice, are obliged to travel 
more than ten miles, extra transportation will be allowed once each 
way. 

Colonel Rockwell will act as Mustering Officer. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



commonwealth of massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Sept. 18, 1885. 
General Orders No. 9. 

I. The State Rifle Matches will take place at the State Camp 
Ground, South Framingham, on Tuesday, October 6. There will be 
a Staff Team Match, a Company Team Match, an Officer's Match 
and an Enlisted Men's Match. Officers and men will appear in 
fatigue uniform. 

II. The Matches will be in charge of Col. H. T. Rockwell, A. 
I. 6r., and Insp. Gen. of Rifle Practice, who will arrange details, and 
be responsible for their proper execution. In order to insure efficient 
service at the firing points, Acting Inspectors of Rifle Practice are 
requested to forward to Col. Rockwell, names of officers and non- 
commissioned officers available for detail. All communications 
respecting these Matches may be addressed to Col. Rockwell. 

III. Each Compan}- Team will consist of seven members (officers 
permitted on the Team) , and will be under command of a commis- 
sioned officer. The Staff Teams will consist of five members 
(officers and non-commissioned officers attached to any headquar- 
ters being eligible). No person will be eligible as a member of a 
Team unless mustered in previous to August 1, and unless he has 
performed at least one-half of all State duty to which he has been 
liable during the year. 

IV. Shooting in the Individual Matches will begin at 9 o'clock 
a. m., and will close at 12, no shooting whatever to be permitted 
in these Matches after that hour. The Team Matches will begin at 
1 o'clock. 

V. In each competition the number of rounds to be fired per 
man will be seven, without sighting shots. Ammunition will be 
issued to the competitors who do not provide their own. The rifles 
must be those issued by the State, with sights unaltered in any 



128 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

respect, except that the latter may be blackened. Rifles with the 
new thin front sight will be excluded. Rifles must not be wiped 
during the competition. Minimum trigger pull, six pounds, to be 
tested. Position, standing. In the Team Matches, no two com- 
petitors shall fire with the same rifle. Men will shoot only under 
their own names. Violation of airy rule, or any act of carelessness, 
will debar the offender. Wingate's Manual may be referred to as 
authority on an}* point not covered by this order. Any Team or 
competitor aggrieved by a decision of the Executive Officer, may 
enter a protest with him, and he will forward the same to the Adjutant 
General. No challenges of marking or non-marking will be permit- 
ted, except at the discretion of the Executive Officer. 

VI. Entries of Company Teams (which embody the required 
certificate of company qualification), and of individual competitors 
not belonging to Compaivy Teams, must be received at this office 
on or before October 2. The}' should go through regular channels ; 
but duplicates sent direct will be received. Commanding officers 
will observe the notes on Return and Entry Blanks. Final returns 
of individual qualifications need not be forwarded before November 
1. Pa}- and transportation will be allowed to the officers and 
members of teams, to the officers and men detailed to conduct the 
competitions, and to all other officers and men ordered to par- 
ticipate in the Matches. 

VII. The trophies to be competed for will be as follows : For 
Staff Teams, one trophy ; for Company Teams, three trophies ; 
also for teams of such companies as have not in any previous year 
won a State Trophy, three trophies ; also for the team making the 
best record compared with 1884, a special trophy; but no team 
shall take two trophies. For officers, four trophies. For enlisted 
men (marksmen of record), ten trophies, as follows: For First 
Class Marksmen, three ; for Second Class Marksmen, three ; for 
Third Class Marksmen, four. 

VIII. Transportation over the Albany Railroad may be ob- 
tained at military rates. A caterer will provide dinner at fifty 
cents per plate. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



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Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant G sneral's Office, 

Boston, Oct. 2, 1885. 
General Orders, No. 10. 

I. Col. Horace T. Rockwell, Asst. Insp. General, and Insp. 
General of Rifle Practice, is hereby detailed as Executive Officer 
at the State Rifle Matches, to be held at South Framingham, Tues- 
day, Oct. 6, in accordance with General Orders, No. 9, current 
series. The following named officers will report to him for duty : — 

Statistical Officer. — U. R. B. Edes, 5th Reg't Infy. 

Surgeons. — Lt. J. A. Mead, 5th Reg't Infy ; Lt. H. F. Vickery, 
1st Reg't Infy. 

Range Officers. — Lt. Col. A. B. Hodges, 1st Reg't Infy ; Maj. 
F. B. Bogan, 9th Reg't- Infy ; Capt. J. B. Osborn, Q. M., 1st 
Brigade ; Capt. Elijah George, J. A., 2d Brigade ; Lt. J. P. Frost, 
1st Batt. Cav'y ; Lt. W. A. Hayes, 1st Corps Cadets. 

Assistants to Statistical Officer. — Capt. W. II. Oakes, Co. A, 
5th Reg't; Capt. F. II. Briggs, Co. A, 1st Reg't; Lt. J. F. Pool, 
Co. I, 8th Reg't; Lt. J. M. Hall, Co. (i, 5th Reg't; Lt. W. P. 
Locke, Co. F, 5th Reg't; Lt. E. E. Herrod, Co. I, 1st Reg't; Lt. 
S. T. Sinclair, Co. B, 5th Reg't; Lt. A.J. Noether, Co. C, 1st 
Reg't. 

The following non-commissioned officers will report for such 
duty as they may be assigned to: — Sergt. Walter E. Lombard, 
Co. B, 1st Reg't; Corp. F. K. Neal, Co. A, Cav'y; Corp. .1. 
Perrins, Jr., Co. D, Cav'y ; Sergt. Percy W. Gowan, Co. A, 1st 
Reg't; Sergt. II. C. Bamberg, Co. A, 1st Reg't; Sergt. G. I. 
Robinson, Jr., Co. A, 1st Reg't; Corp. John Scheib, Co. A, 1st 
Reg't; Corp. C. Williamson, Co. I, 1st Reg't; Sergt. A. W. 
West, Co. B, 1st Cadets ; Corp. E. G. Chase, Co. D, 1st Cadets ; 
Corp. F. E. Cabot, Co. D, 1st Cadets; Corp. J. P. Fay, Co. C, 
1st Cadets; Sergt. Maj. L. M. Bickford, 1st Reg't Infy; Q. M. 
Sergt. F. H. Young, 1st Reg't Infy. 

II. Officers and men duly entered for the officer's and enlisted 
men's matches will appear at 8.30 a. m. 

HI. The Staff Teams and Company Teams duly qualified and 
entered, in accordance with General Orders, will appear at 1*2.30 
o'clock, p. M. 

IV. The provisions of G. O. No. 9 are modified as follows : 
The Executive Officer may use his discretion ' as to the hours of 
opening and closing the matches ; he may also prescribe a time 
limit for scores, if he deems it necessary to expedite the matches. 
The exclusion of thin front sights will not apply to arms regularly 
issued by the State. A special trophy will be awarded for the best 



130 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

score made by a team using Carbines, if said team fails of win- 
ning a prize otherwise ; two or more teams to shoot. Of the prizes 
for officers, two will be awarded to officers never before winning a 
State prize. 

V. Pay-rolls will be made up in this office upon the certificate 
of Col. Rockwell, as Mustering Officer. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General, 



Commonwealth or Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Nov. 12, 1885. 
General Orders No. 11. 

I. The report of Col. Horace T. Rockwell, detailed in General 
Orders Nos. 9 and IOCS, as Executive Officer of the State Rifle 
Matches at South Framingham, October 6th, having been received 
at this office, the following Trophies are awarded : — 

Field and Staff Trophy (Engraving, " Charge de Dragons a Grave- 
lotte ,C| ), to the Field and Staff Team of the First Battalion of Cavalry. 

First Trophy for Company Teams (Mediaeval Bronze Battle Piece), 
Company Team, Co. D, 1st Regt. Infy., 1st Brigade. 

Second Trophy, Company Team (Engraving, " L'Alerte "), Co. A, 2d 
Regt. Infy., 1st Brigade. 

Third Trophy, Company Team (Engraving, " Episode de la Defense 
de Saragosse "), Co. G, 2d Regt. Infy., 1st Brigade. 

Fourth Trophy, Company Team (Engraving, " Defense de la Porte 
de Longboyau "), Co G, 1st Regt. Infy., 1st Brigade. 

Fifth Trophy, Company Team (Bronze " Jupiter "), Co. E, 6th Regt. 
Infy., 1st Brigade. 

Sixth Trophy, Company Team (Engraving, " Sur le Terrain "), Co. 
D, 1st Corps of Cadets. 

Special Trophy, Company Team showing greatest imi)rovement over 
1884 (Engraving, " Une Piece en Danger"), Co. B, 1st Regt. Infy., 1st 
Brigade. 

Secial Trophy for Team using Carbines (Bronze "Siege of Troy "), 
Co. D, 1st Battalion of Cavalry, 

OFFICERS' MATCH. 

First Trophy (Badge), Capt. H. E. Whitney, Co. M, 6th Regt. Infy., 
1st Brigade. 

Second Trophy (Badge), Maj. I). Clark, Surg. 2d Regt. Infy., 1st 
Brigade. 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 131 

Third Trophy (Badge), Lt. L. H. Bateman, Adjt. 5th Regt, Infy., 2d 
Brigade. 

Fourth Trophy (Badge), Lt. E. W. Blankinship, Co. I, 1st Regt. Infy., 
1st Brigade. 

SOLDIERS' MATCHES. 

First Class. 

First Trophy (Badge), to Priv. C. W. Hinman, Co. D, 1st Regt Infy.i 
1st Brigade. 

Second Trophy (Badge), to Corp. G. E. Worthen, Co. C, 6th Regt. 
Inly., 1st Brigade. 

Third Trophy (Badge), to Mus. M. W.Daulton, Co. M, 8th Regt. Tnfy., 
2d Brigade. 

Second Class. 

First Trophy (Badge), Priv. A. Davis. Co. G, 6th Regt. Infy., 1st 
Brigade. 

Second Trophy (Badge), Priv. J. P. Reardon, Co. F, 9th Regt. Infy.i 
2d Brigade. 

Third Trophy (Badge), Priv. C. M. Flanders, Co. II. 1st Regt. Inly., 
1st Brigade. » 

Third ('lass. 

First Trophy (Badge), Corp. F. E. Benjamin, Co. L, «th Regt, Inly., 
2d Brigade. 

Second Trophy (Badge), Corp. A D. Jefferson, Co. A, 2d Regt. Inly., 
1 st Brigade. 

Third Trophy (Badge), Priv. L. Grant, Co. L), 1st Corps of Cadets. 

Fourth Trophy (Badge), Sergt. C. D. Fay, Co. F, 6th Regt., 1st 
Brigade. 

Enlisted Men not Classed 

Special Trophy (Badge), for score on team, Priv. F. W. Scott, Co. D, 
1st Regt. Infy., 1st Brigade. 

II. The above awarded Trophies have been forwarded to regi- 
mental commanders, who are charged with their delivery in such 
manner as may be deemed best. 

III. The Trophies for the Officers' and Soldiers' Matches will 
become the property of the persons winning them ; the Trophies 
for the Company- Team Match will be owned by the companies 
winning them, so long as such companies remain in existence, and 
will be turned over by each successive commanding officer to his 
successor, and will be borne upon the Property Returns. On dis- 
continuance of the Conipairy from any cause, they will be turned in 
to the Adjutant General. 

JV. The First Regiment, by virtue of the winning of the First 



132 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Company Team Prize by a company of that regiment, will retain 
the privilege of attaching the ; - Tri-Color " to its colors during the 
year 1886. 

V. Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders are charged with the 
promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Nov. 28, 1885. 
Genkral Orders, No. 12. 

I. The attention of officers is again directed to the following 
extracts from the militia laws of this Commonwealth : — 

Sect. 76. Every officer receiving public property for military use 
shall, on the first day of July and December in each year, make a full 
return of all such property for which he is accountable, in such form as 
may be prescribed, and shall forward the same to the Quartermaster 
General within fifteen days of such dates. 

Sect. 156. All military accounts, unless it is otherwise specially pro- 
vided by law, shall, annually, on or before the fifth day of January, be 
transmitted to the Adjutant General and examined, and, if found correct, 
certified by him. They shall then, unless it is otherwise specially pro- 
vided by law, be presented to the State Auditor for allowance, and, upon 
such allowance, certified by him to the Governor, shall be paid to the 
persons to whom they are personally due, or to their order, at the treas- 
ury of the Commonwealth ; and no military account shall be certified 
by the Adjutant General, or allowed by the Auditor, unless presented 
to the Adjutant General for allowance within the time prescribed by law, 

Majors, pa} r masters, captains, and all others having demands 
against the military appropriations controlled by this office will, on 
or before December 15, forward their bills for examination and 
certification. 

II. The following reports to the Adjutant General, U. S. A., by 
Brevt. Col. A. C. M. Pennington, 4th Artillery, U. S. A., specially 
detailed b} T the War Department to visit the encampments M. V. M. , 
is published for the information of all concerned.* 

* Col. Pennington's report, printed in full with Inspector General's report, page 20. 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 133 

III. Brigade and cadet corps commanders are charged with 
the promulgation of this order. 

B} T order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Samuel Daltox, 

Adjutant General 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Dec. 2, 1885. 
(iK.M.KAL Orders, No. 13. 

I. Battalion and separate company commanders will forward at 
once to this office the evenings on which the regular drills of their 
companies take place. 

II. The following is published for the information of the 
militia : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Executive Department, 

Boston, Dec. 2, 1885. 

In consideration of the report and recommendations of the Inspector 
General's Department, it appears that Company K, Sixth Regiment of 
Infantry, First Brigade, and Company Ci, Eighth Regiment of Infantry, 
Second Brigade, INT. V. M., have fallen below the standard of efficiency ; 
therefore, let an order be issued disbanding said companies, and arrange- 
ments made at once for the care of State property. 

The petition filed by citizens of Clinton, approved by the selectmen, 
for permission to form a military company, to be attached to the Mas- 
sachusetts Volunteer Militia, is hereby granted. 

Geo. D. Robinson, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

III. Company K, Sixth Regiment of Infantry, First Brigade, 
and Company G, Eighth Regiment of Infantry, Second Brigade, 
M. V. M., are hereby disbanded. Colonel Henry G. Greene, com- 
manding Sixth Regiment of Infantry, First Brigade, and Colonel 
Charles L. Ayers, commanding Eighth Regiment Infantry, Second 
Brigade, will at once make arrangements for the proper care of 
State property. 

Honorable discharges for officers and enlisted men will be issued 
from this office. 

IV. Colonel Henry G. Greene, commanding Sixth Regiment of 
Infantry, First Brigade, M. V. M., will arrange for the enlistment 
and muster into service of the new company in the town of Clinton, 



134 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. '86. 

on Monda}- evening, December 7, and it will be known as Corn- 
pan} T K, Sixth Regiment of Infantry, First Brigade, M. V. M. 

Brigade and cadet corps commanders are charged with the pro- 
mulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



SPECIAL DETAIL AND REPORT ON DEDICATION OF 
MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG, PA., OCT., 1885. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Boston, Sept. 26, 1885. 

Col. Edward J. Russell, Staff of the Commander -in-Chief. 

Colonel : — I am directed by His Excellency the Governor to 
detail }T>u to represent the Commonwealth at Gettysburg, Pa., on 
the occasion of the dedication of Regimental Monuments, Oct. 5th 
to 10th, 1885. You will at once confer by letter or in person with 
Mr. James C. Cruff, No. 81 Warren St., Chairman of Massachusetts 
delegations as to arrangements, etc. On your return you will for- 
ward to this office your account of expenses for settlement. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



October 12, 1885. 
Adjutant General Samuel Dalton. 

Dear Sir : — Pursuant to instructions contained in your letter 
of September 26, I proceeded to Gettysburg with the delegations of 
the several veteran organizations engaged in the Battle of Gettys- 
burg, and while there visited all of the monuments completed, to 
wit: — 2d, 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, loth, 16th, 18th, 
19th, 20th, 32d, 33d, and 37th Regiments of Infantry, the 1st 
Regiment of Cavalry, 1st, 3d, 5th, and 9th Batteries of Artil- 
lery, and the 2d Andrew Sharpshooters, and find them in each case 
of much greater value than the appropriation for the same. There 
has been no difference of opinion among the various organizations 
as to the location, and taken together reflect great credit upon the 



136 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

several committees upon whom has fallen the duty of deciding as to 
design and place of location. 

The 1st, 22d, and 28th Regiments of Infantry, and the 1st 
Andrew Sharpshooters Monuments are not yet placed in position, 
but all except the 22d are, I am informed, in the process of manu- 
facture. 

I do not understand that I am to recommend anything regarding 
those monuments. I sincerely hope, however, that the limitations 
of the law regarding a demand for the five hundred dollars may be 
extended, so that the funds may be applicable to the monuments 
yet unfinished, to the end that our State of Massachusetts may be 
given the credit of completing the enterprise at an early da}\ 

I w T ish to thank His Excellenc} T through } t ou, for the distinguished 
honor of being selected to represent Massachusetts upon the interest- 
ing occasion of receiving and transmitting to the custody of the 
Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, these precious relics 
of valor and patriotism. 

I would like also to put upon record my appreciation of the 
courtesy and kindness of the Association, to the representative of 
the Governor as well as to all those who participated in the services 
of " Massachusetts Da}." 

I am, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

E. J. Russell, 

Col. and A. B.C. 



APPENDIX. 



Table No. 1. 

Enrolled Militia of 1885, showing by Counties the number of Persons 
between the Ages of 18 and 45 Years liable to Military Duty. 



COUNTIES. 


1884. 


1883. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Barnstable, 






2,118 


2,283 


189 


24 


Berkshire, 






9,002 


8,843 


246 


405 


Bristol, 






18,461 


20,267 


2,592 


786 


Dukes, 






477 


525 


48 


• 


Essex, 






34,559 


36,036 


1,912 


435 


Franklin, . 






5,162 


5,533 


582 


211 


Hampden, 






12,281 


15,424 


3,584 


441 


Hampshire, 






5,335 


5,771 


363 


127 


Middlesex, 






48,677 


47,994 


2,988 


3,671 


Nantucket, 






519 


474 


- 


45 


Norfolk, . 






13,459 


13,277 


510 


742 


Plymouth, 






12,850 


12,991 


354 


213 


Suffolk, . 






68,837 


70,364 


1,551 


24 


Worcester, 






32,594 


32,271 


1,742 


2,065 


Total, 


264,531 


272,003 


16,661 


9,189 



Net gain, 7,472. 



140 



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141 



Table No. 3. 

Locations of Headquarters of Brigades, Regiments, Battalions and 
Armories of Companies, by Cities, Towns and Counties. 











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Worcester, 




6th, 


E, . . 










1 


Beverly, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


E, . . 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


1 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, . 


1st Corps Cadets, 


- 


A.B.C.D 


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- 


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3 


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6th, 


L, . . 


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1 


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9th Regiment, . 


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1st Art. 


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1 


Brockton, 


Plymouth, 


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1st, 


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1 


Cambridge, . 


Middlesex, 


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1st, 


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1 


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5th, 


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1 


Chelsea, 


Suffolk, . 


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1st, 


II, . 


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1 


Clinton,. 


Worcester, 


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6th, 


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1 


Concord, 


Middlesex, 


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6th, 


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1 


Deerfleld, 


Franklin, . 


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H, . . 


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1 


Fall River, . 


Bristol, 


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1st, 


M, . 


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_ 


1 


Fitchburg, 


Worcester, 


6th Regiment, . 


- 


B, D, 


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_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


Gardner, 


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- 


2d, 


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1 


Haverhill, 


Essex, 


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8th, 


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1 


Holyoke, 


Hampden, 


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2d, 


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1 


Lawrence, 


Essex, 


1st Bat. Lt. Art., 


- 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


ii 


it 


- 


8th, 


M, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


i« 


(< 


- 


9th, 


F, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Lowell, . 


Middlesex, 


- 


6th, 


C,G, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


Lynn, . 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


D, I, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


Maiden, 


Middlesex, 


_ 


8th, 


L, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Marblehead, . 


Essex, 


_ 


8th, 


C, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Marlborough, 


Middlesex, 


_ 


6th, 


F, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Medford, 


ii 


_ 


5th, 


E, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Melrose, 


it 


_ 


1st Art. 




_ 


c,* 


_ 


_ 


1 


Milford, 


Worcester, 


_ 


6th, 


M, . 


_ 




_ 


_ 


1 


New Bedford, 


Bristol, 


_ 


1st, 


E, . 


( _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Newburyport, 


Essex, 


8th Regiment, . 


- 


A,B, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


Newton, 


Middlesex, 


_ 


5th, 


c, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Natick, . 


ii 


_ 


1st, 


o, . 


t _ 


_ 


_ 


m 


1 


Orange, . 


Franklin, . 


- 


2d, 


E, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Salem, . 


Essex, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


- 


A,B, 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


ii 


(i 


- 


8th, 


K,H, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


Springfield, . 


Hampden, 


- 


2d, 


B,G, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


Stoneham, 


Middlesex, 


- 


6th, 


H, . 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


1 


Taunton, 


Bristol, 


_ 


1st, 


F, . 


_ 


_ 


_ 




1 


Wakefield, . 


Middlesex, 


_ 


6th, 


A, . 


_ 


_ 






1 


Waltham, 


ii 


_ 


5th, 


F, • 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Westford, 


ii 


- 






F,t 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Woburn, 


ii 


_ 


5th, 


G, . 




_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Worcester, . 


Worcester, 


- 


2d, 


A,C, 


, _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


it 


i« 


' 


~ 




- 


B, 


- 


- 


1 



* One Platoon at Lynn. 



f Detachments at Carlisle, Groton and Pepperell. 



142 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Table No. 4. 
Armory Bent-Roll. 



ClTT OR TOW>\ 



Organization". 



Amount re- 
turned by 
City or Town. 



Amount al- 
lowed. 



Ashbumham, 

Beverly, 

Boston, 



Brockton, 
Cambridge, 

u 

Carlisle, . 
Chelmsford, 
Chelsea, . 
Concord, . 
Deerfield, 

u 

Fall River, 
Fitchburg, 



Gardner, . 
Gloucester, 
Groton, . 
Haverhill, 
Holyoke, . 



Co. E, Sixth Reg't Infantry, . 

E, Eighth " 
Headquarters First Brigade, . 

Second " 

First Reg t InPv, 

Fifth " 

Ninth " 

First Batt'n Cav., 
Co. A, First Reg't Infantry, 

f~* It M ff 



D, 


i< 


K, 


u 


L, 


u 


A, 


Fifth 


D, 


u 


H, 


K 


L, 


Sixth 


A, 


Ninth, 


B, 


tf 


c, 


CI 


D, 


u 


E, 


u 


G, 


ft 


H, 


(C 



First Corps of Cadets, 
Co. A, First Batt'n Cavalry, 

D, 
Battery A, First Bat'n Artillery 
Signal Corps, First Brig., . 

2'd " (9 mo.) 
Co. I, First Reg't Infantry, 

]> tf ff If 

b', Fifth " 

F, Cavalry (detachment), 

F, 

H, First Reg't Infantrv, 

I, Sixth, " 
Headquarters Second Reg. Inf. 
Co. H, Second Reg't Infantry, 

M, First, 
Headquarters Sixth Reg. Inf., 
Co. B, 

T) M If ft 

F, Second Reg. Infantry, 

G, Eighth Reg Infantry, 
F, Cavalry (detachment), 
F, Eighth Reg. Infantry, 
D, Second, " 

Carried forward, . 



5175 00 
350 00 
500 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
450 00 
800 00 



800 


00 


1,200 


00 


800 


00 


875 


<>0 


800 00 


800 


00 


400 


00 


900 


00 


1,000 


00 


960 


00 


1,100 00 


400 


00 


1,000 00 


700 


00 


400 00 


3,600 00 


2,000 


00 


1,200 


00 


2,500 


00 


700 


00 


225 


00 


400 00 


400 


00 


400 


00 


25 


00 


75 


00 


650 00 


200 


00 


150 00 


350 00 


400 


00 


200 


00 


500 00 


600 00 


400 


00 


350 


00 


100 


00 


500 00 


400 


00 


©QQ 1 Q£ 


f\C\ 



$175 00 
350 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
300 00 
300 CO 
400 00 
300 00 
400 00 
400 00 
300 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
200 00 
150 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
25 00 
75 00 
400 00 
200 00 
150 00 
350 00 
400 00 
200 00 
300 00 
300 00 
400 00 
350 00 
100 00 
400 00 
400 00 



§33,135 00 $15,725 00 



1886.] 



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143 



Armory Bent-Roll — Concluded. 



City or Town. 



Lawrence, 



Leominster, 
Lowell, . 



Lynn, 



Marblehead, 
Marlborough, 
Mediord, . 
Melrose, . 
Mil Cord, . 
Maiden, . 
Natick, 
New Bedford, 
Newburyport, 



Newton, . 
Orange, . 
Pepperell, 
Sale m, 



Stoneham, 

Shelburne, 

Springtield, 
it 

Taunton, . 

Wakefield, 

Waltliani, 

Westford, 

Woburn, . 

Worcester, 



Organization. 



Brought forward, . 

ETdqVs First Batt'n Artillery, 
Co.M, Eighth Kog't Infantry, 

F, Mnih, •• '■ 
K, Sixth, 

C, 

G, 

1>, Eighth, " 

T, 
Platoon, Battery C, 1st Artillery 
Co.C, Eighth lieg't Infantry, 

E, Sixth, 

E, Filth, 
Battery C, b ii'st Batt'n Artillery 
Co M, Sixth lieg't Infantry, 

L, Eighth, kk 

G, First Reg't Infantry, 
E, " 

Headquarters Eighth Reg. Inf , 
Co. A, 

B, 

C, Fifth 

E, 2d Reg't Inf. (10 nios.), 

F Ca\ airy (detachment), 
Second Corps Cadets, 
Co K, Eighth Lieg't Infantry, 

H, 

11, Sixth, " 

E, Second " 
B, 

Q. II it tl 

F, First 

A, Sixth 
F, Filth 

F, Cavalry, . 

G, Filth Regiment Infantry 
A, Second " " 

( ' u a u 

Battery B, Light Artillery, 



Amount re- 
turned by 
City or Town. 



Amount al- 
lowed. 



$33,135 00 

200 00 
500 00 

OU0 00 

200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
600 00 
600 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 

360 00 

* 

300 00 
* 

400 00 

600 00 

175 00 

450 00 

450 00 

400 00 

333 33 

100 00 

600 00 

515 00 

500 00 

300 00 
* 

600 00 

600 00 

800 00 

300 00 

550 00 

175 00 

400 00 
* 

* 

* 



$15,725 00 

200 00 

4C0 00 

400 00 

200 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

150 00 

400 00 

400 00 

330 00 
* 

300 00 

400 00 

400 00 

175 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

333 33 

75 00 

450 00 

400 00 

350 00 

300 00 
* 

300 00 
400 00 
350 00 
300 00 
4U0 00 
175 00 

400 00 

* 

* 



$16,043 33 



$26,513 33 



* No return received. 



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Saddle-bags, pairs, 

Saddle-cloths, 

Sets of horse equipment 

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Spur-straps, pairs, . 

Whips, artillery, 


Equipments. 
Bayonet scabbards, 
Carbine cartridge boxes 
Cap pouches, . 
Cartridge boxes, 
Cartridge-box belts, 
Cross-belts plates, . 
Knapsacks, 
Leg-guards, . 
Sabre-belts and plates, 
Sabre-knots, . 
Sword- frogs, . 
Waist-belts, . 
Waist-belt plates, . 
Waist-belt toggles, 
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Sabre-chests, . 
Storage chests, 
Stable harnesses, . 


Miscellaneous Infantry. 
Bridles for rifles, . 
Bridle screws, 
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Bayonet clasps, 
Bayonet clasp-screws, . 
Breech-block caps, 
Breech-block cap-screws, 
Breech-pins, . 
Base screws, . 
Butt-plates, 
Butt-plate screws, . 
Cam-latch springs, 
Cam-latch and thumb-pieces 
Carbine slings, 
Carbine-sling swivels, . 
Carbine sockets and straps, 
Ejectors, 
Ejector springs, 
Ejector spring spindles, 
Firing-pins, . 



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Wheel wrenches, . 


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Blankets, gray, 
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Caps, fatigue, . 
Crossed rifles, 
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Great coat chevrons 
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Marquees, headquarters, 
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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Summary of Casualties. 





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1 


- 


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- 


- 


- 


- 


Captains, . 


16 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


18 


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17 


1 


3 


2 


- 


- 


23 


Second Lieutenant, 


13 


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3 


2 


- 


- 


18 


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8 


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Fifth Regt. Inf., . 
Eighth Regt. Inf., 
Ninth Regt. Inf., . 
First Batt. Artillery, . 


1 


1 


1 
1 


1 


1 


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1 
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1886.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



167 



Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men other than by Expiration of 

Teim. 









By 




ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 

1 


Died. 


First Brigade, Signal Corps, . 


- 


11 


- 


- 


Second Brigade, N. C. S., 


- 


2 


- 


- 


Signal Corps, 


- 


11 


- 


- 


Ambulance Corps, 


— 


4 


- 


- 




17 


- 


- 


First Regiment Infantry, N. C. S., 


— 


2 


1 


- 




A, 


37 


1 


- 




B, 


19 


1 


- 




c, 


34 


2 


- 




D, 


12 


1 


1 




E, 


22 


- 


- 




F, 


24 


1 


- 




G, 


22 


1 


- 




II, 


16 


- 


1 




I, 


14 


- 


- 




K, 


36 


- 


- 




L, 


22 


- 


- 




M, 


10 


- 


- 




270 


8 


2 


Second Regiment Infantry, . 


— 


— 


- 


- 




A, 


10 


— 


1 




B, 


12 


- 


1 




c, 


9 


3 


— 




B, 


10 


1 


1 




E, 


57 


2 


- 




F, 


7 


- 


- 




G, 


11 


- 


1 




H, 


11 


- 


- 




127 


6 


4 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 




A, 


12 


2 


- 




B, 


6 


— 


1 




c, 


6 


1 


- 




D, 


21 


- 


- 




E, 


12 


1 


- 




F, 


25 


1 


- 




G, 


11 


- ' 


- 




H, 


14 


2 


1 




107 


7 


2 



168 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 

Discharges and Loss of Enlisted 3fen, etc. — Continued. 



ORGANIZATION*. 


Company. 


By Order. 


By 
Promotion. 


Died. 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, N. C. S., 


A, 


1 

15 


- 


- 




B, 


26 


2 


— 




c, 


26 


- 


- 




D, 


16 


— 


— 




E, 


10 


1 


- 




F, 


15 


1 


— 




G, 


14 


- 


- 




H, 


8 


- 


- 




I, 


5 


- 


- 




K, 


56 


2 


1 




L, 


19 


3 


2 




M, 


19 


1 


- 




230 


10 


3 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, . 


A, 


13 


- 


- 




B, 


37 


2 


- 




c, 


23 


1 


1 




D, 


39 


- 


- 




E, 


11 


1 


- 




F, 


17 


1 


— 




G, 


68 


3 


- 




H, 


16 


- 


- 




I, 


10 


- 


— 




K, 


6 


1 


- 




L, 


7 


1 


- 




M, 


13 


- 


- 




260 


10 


1 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 


A 


3 
36 


1 


1 




B, 


35 




1 




c, 


31 


- 


- 




D, 


37 


- 


- 




E, 


11 


- 


- 




F, 


13 


- 


- 




G, 


28 


1 


- 




H, 


23 


2 


- 




217 


4 


2 


First Corps Cadets, . . 


- 


4 


- 


- 


Second Corps Cadets, . 


- 


15 


1 


- 


First Battalion Artillery, N. C. S., 


A, 


2 
26 


1 
3 


- m 




c, 


18 


4 


1 




46 


8 


1 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 169 

Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men, etc. — Concluded. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. By Order. 


Promotion. 


Artillery, 

First Battalion Cavalry, N. C. S., 


B, 

A, 
D, 


24 
2 
3 

13 


1 
1 


- 


Company F, 


18 
19 


1 
1 


- 



Summary. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


By 

Promotion. 


Died. 


First Brigade, , 




- 


11 


- 


- 


Second Brigade, 




- 


17 


- 


- 


First Regiment Infantry, 




- 


270 


8 


2 


Second Regiment Infantry, 




- 


127 


6 


4 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 




- 


107 


7 


2 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 




- 


230 


10 


3 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 




- 


260 


10 


1 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 




- 


217 


4 


2 


First Corps Cadets, 




- 


4 


- 


- 


Second Corps Cadets, . 




- 


15 


1 


- 


First Battalion Artillery, 




- 


46 


8 


1 


Battery B, 




- 


24 


1 


- 


Birst Battalion Cavalry, 




- 


18 


1 


- 


Company F, . 




- 


19 


1 


- 






- 


1,365 


57 


15 



REGISTER 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



ROSTER, 

Commissioned Officers, in Order of Lineal Rank. 



Commander-in-Chief and Staff. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of Commis- 
sion. 



Staff. 



Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 
Robinson, George D., . 

Staff Officers. 
Dalton, Samuel, Maj. General, . 
Holt, Alfred F., Brigadier General, . 
Nettleton, Edward P., Brigadier General, 
Russell, Edward J., Colonel, 
Greenough, William S., Colonel, 
Allen, Charles H., Colonel, 
Whipple, John J., Colonel, 
Rockwell, Horace T., Colonel, 
Currier, Edward E., Colonel, 
Flagg, George A., Colonel, 
Metcalf, Edwin D., Colonel, 
Boynton, Horace E., Colonel, 
Stearns, Ephraim, Colonel, 
Gilbert, Edward H., Lieut. Colonel, 



Jan. 3, 1884, 



Jan. 



3, 1884 
3, 1884 
3, 1884 
3, 1884 
3, 1884 
3, 1884 
3, 1884 
3, 18h4 
3, 1884 
3, 1884 
3, 1884 
3, 1884 
1, 1885 
3, 1884 



Adjutant General. 
Surgeon General. 
Judge Advocate Gen. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Adjt. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Adjt. General. 



Brigadier Generals and Staff. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of Commis- 
sion. 



Brigade. 



Staff. 



1 
2 
3 
4 

1 
2 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



Brigadier Generals. 
Peach, Benjamin F., Jr., 
Wales, Nathaniel 

Staff Officers. 
Fry, Charles C, Lieut. Colonel, . 
Kittredge, Thomas, Lieut. Colonel, 
Olin, William M., Lieut. Colonel, 
Pinkham, George E., Lieut Col., 

Ingalls, Joseph A., Major, 
Sanger, John W., Major, 

Trull, Ezra J., Captain, . 
Field, Benjamin F., Captain, . 
Parker, Bowdoin S., Captain, 
Osborn, John B., Captain, 
Reynolds, Frank W., Captain, 
Sampson, Augustus N., Captain, 
Hall, Aaron A., Captain, 
Lathrop, Joseph H., Captain, 
George, Elijah, Captain, 
Bouve, Edward T., Captain, . 
Lambert, Wm. T., Captain, . 
Preston, George W., Captain, 
Cutler, Charles H , 1st Lieut., 
Haley, C. Merton, 1st Lieut., 
Clarke, Samuel B., 2d Lieut., 



Feb. 


18, 1882, 


2d, 




21, 1882, 


1st, 


Mar. 


4, 1882, 


2d, . 




7, 1882, 


2d, . 


June 


20, 1882, 


1st, . 


Mar. 


27, 1882, 


1st, . 


Mar. 


22, 1882, 


2d, . 


May 


10, 1882, 


1st, . 


Mar. 


24, 1882, 


2d, . 




27, 1882, 


1st, . 




27, 1882, 


1st, . 


Mav 


5, 1882, 


1st, . 1 


June 


21, 1882, 


1st, . 




30, 1882, 


2d, . 


Julv 


8, 1882, 


2d, . 


Aug. 


7, 1882, 


1st, . 




12, 1882, 


2d, . 


Feb. 


9, 1883, 


1st, . 


Jan. 


15, 1884, 


2d, . 


Mav 


16, 1885, 


2d, . 


Dec. 


12, 1884. 


1st, . 


Mar. 


10, 1885, 


2d, . 


June 


10, 1885, 


2d, . 



Asst. Adjt. Gen. 
Med. Director. 
Asst. Adjt. Gen. 
Med. Director. 

Asst. Insp. Gen. 
Asst. Insp. Gen. 

Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Judge Advocate. 
Brigade Q. M. 
Prov. Marshal. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Prov. Marshal. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
JudgeAdvocate. 
Engineer. 
Engineer. 
Brigade Q. M. 
Signal officer. 
Signal officer. 
Arab officer. 



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217 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry. 







Date of Commis- 




No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


sion. 


Kegimenl. 




Colonels. 






1 


Strachan, William M.,. 


Jan. 20, 1879, 


9th Regiment. 


2 


Bridges, Benj. F., Jr., . 






Aug. • 2, 1879, 


2d Regiment. 


3 


Bancroft, William A., . 






Feb. 7, 1882, 


5th Regiment. 


4 


Wellington, Austin C, 






24, 1882, 


1st Regiment. 


5 


Greene, Henry G., 






May 16, 1884, 


6th Regiment. 




Lieutenant Colonels. 






1 


Edmands, Thomas F., . 


Oct. 14, is;:;. 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Logan, Lawrence J., 






Jan. 20, 1879, 


9th Regiment. 


3 


Clark, Embury P., 






Aug. 2, 1879, 


2d Regiment. 


4 


Richardson, Alonzo L., 






Fel) 7, 1882, 


5th Regiment. 


5 


Osgood, Francis A., 






Mar. 13, 1882, 


8th Regiment. 


6 


Dalton, J. Frank, . 






Jan. 2r), 1884, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


7 


Parsons, Henry. . 






May 16, 1884, 


6th Regiment. 


8 


Mathews, Thomas R., . 






Dec. 28, 188.1, 


1st Regiment. 




Majors. 






1 


Frost, George F., . 


Feb. 26, 1879, 


5th Regiment. 


2 


Grady, Patrick J., 






April 8, 1881, 


9th Regiment. 


3 


Merriam, Frederick W., 






Aug. 9, 1881, 


2d Regiment. 


4 


Bogan, Frederick B., . 






19, 18S2, 


*9th Regiment. 


5 


Woodward, Charles F., 






Feb." 7, 1882, 


6th Regiment. 


6 


Sprague, Clarence M., . 






Mar. 13, 1882, 


8th Regiment. 


7 


Jackson, James F., 






Feb. 16, 1883, 


1st Regiment. 


8 


Chase, Charles E., 






April 2, 1883, 


8th Regiment. 


9 


Rogers, George R., 






May 2D, 1883, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


10 


Hart, John W., . 






Jan. 25,1884, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


11 


Shumway, Edwin R., . 






Mar. 11, 1884, 


2d Regiment. 


12 


Whitney", Jophanus H., 






April 18. 


5th Regiment. 


13 


Hovey, Charles L., 






26, 1884, 


1st Regiment. 


14 


Shea, Thomas H., 






Hay 16, 1884, 


6th Regiment. 


15 


Chattin, George H., 






16, 1884, 


6th Regiment. 


16 


Copeland, George A., . 






June 16,' 1884, 


8th Regiment. 


17 


King, Frederick G., 






Dec. 28,1885, 


1st Regiment. 




Adjuta?its. 






1 


McGuire, David, ... 


Jan. 21, 1880, 


9th Regiment. 


2 


Fitz, Andrew, 






April 13, 1880, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


3 


Hill, J. Edward R., . 






Mar. 26, 1883, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


4 


Thomas, George W., . 






July 9, 1883, 


8th Regiment. 


5 


Pierce, Charles A., Jr., 






April 22, 1884, 


2d Regiment. 


6 


Burford, George, . 






Mar. 27, 1885, 


6th Regiment. 


7 


Bateman, Leon H., 






June 15, 1885, 


5th Regiment. 




Quartermasters. 






1 


SimondSj Edward A., .... 


July 1, 1868, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


2 


Melcher, Charles C, . 






Feb. 9, 1875, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


3 


Perkins, Fitz W., 






11, 1879, 


8th Regiment. 


4 


Colson, Charles D., 






Julv 16, 1881, 


2d Regiment. 


5 


Barnes, Frederick P., . 






Feb. 20, 1882, 


5th Regiment. 


6 


Page, Ambrose M., 






! Mar. 30, 1882, 


6th Regiment. 


7 


Nugent, James H., 






! July 16, 1883, 


9th Regiment. 


8 


Batchelder, Francis, 






April 12, 1884, 


1st Regiment. 




Surgeons. 






1 


Richardson, William L., . 


Nov. 6, 1875, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Clark, David, 






Aug. 25, 1876, 


2d Regiment. 


3 


Marion, Otis H., . 






i April 18, 1883, 


1st Regiment. 


4 


Haddock, Charles W., 






May 4, 1883, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


5 


Dixon, Robert B., 






Jan. 25, 1884, 


5th Regiment. 


6 


Devine, William H., . 






Mar. 1, 1884, i 


9th Regiment. 


7 


Rice, Charles H., . 






| Dec. 27, 1884, 

i 


6th Regiment. 



218 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Field and Staff Officers of Infantry — Concluded. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of Commis- 
sion. 



Regiment. 





Assistant Surgeons. 








1 


Brown, Orland J., 


Sept. 


20, 1878, 


2d Regiment. 


2 


Green, Charles M., 


Aug. 


3, 1881, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


3 


Weston, Charles G., 


July 


21, 1883, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


4 


Mead, Jnlian A., 


Mar. 


19, 1884, 


5th Regiment. 


5 


Mullen, Francis H., 


April 28, 1884, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Vickery, Herman F., .... 


May 


12, 1884, 


1st Regiment. 


7 


Clark, Maurice D., 




31, 1884, 


8th Regiment. 


8 


Hoar, William M., 

Paymasters — Captains. 


Dec. 


27, 1884, 


6th Regiment. 


1 


Stevens, Charles E., 

Paymasters — First Lieutenants. 


Jan. 


9, 1874, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Holt, Lewis G., 


Jnlv 


27, 1878, 


6th Regiment. 


3 


Warner, John G., 




28, 1879, 


8th Regiment. 


4 


Hayden, Charles I/., 


Aug. 


14, 1879, 


2d Regiment. 


5 


Hogan, John, 


Feb. 


3, 1883, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Maloon, Edward A., 


April 


28, 1883, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


7 


Burdett, Everett A., 


July 


6, 1883, 


5th Regiment. 


8 


Kellett, William W., .... 
Chaplains. 


May 


23, 1885, 


1st Regiment. 


1 


Butler, Ellery C, 


Jan. 


3, 1881, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


2 


Osgood, Gilbert C, 


April 27, 1882, 


8th Regiment. 


3 


Barrows, Samuel J., 


Oct. 


5, 1882, 


5th Regiment. 


4 


Savage, Minot J. 




29, 1883, 


1st Regiment. 


5 


Lee, James, 


July 


1, 1884, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Scott, George R. W., .... 


Dec. 


27, 1884, 


6th Regiment. 



Line Officers of Infantry. 







Date of Commis- 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


sion. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




Captains. 








1 


Richardson, Charles H., . 


July 16, 1875, 


G, 


6th Regiment. 


2 


Bridges, Pharcellus D., 




. 


Aug. 9, 1876, 


H, 


2d Regiment. 


3 


Southmavd, Frederick G. 




. 


April 2, 1877, 


B, 


2d Regiment. 


4 


Dodge, Charles L., . 




. 


20, 1877, 


U, 


8th Regiment. 


5 


Braley, Sierra L., 




■ 


Dec. 17, 1878, 


M, 


1st Regiment. 


6 


Appleton, Francis H., 






July 19, 1879, 


A, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


7 


Barry, James J., 




. 


May 26, 1880, 


c, 


9th Regiment. 


8 


Ford, Lawrence J., . 




, . 


Aug. 6, 1880, 


E, 


9th Regiment. 


9 


French, George 0. E., 




, 


May 25, 1881, 


c, 


6th Regiment. 


10 


Brown, Charles VV., 




, . 


June 7, 1881, 


D, 


2d Regiment. 


11 


AUine, William H., . 




. 


Aug. 10, 1881, 


B, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


12 


Madigan, C. J. F., . 




. 


16, 1881, 


H, 


9th Regiment. 


13 


Palmer, Henry E., . 




. 


April 10, 1882, 


D, 


8th Regiment. 


14 


Lovett, George E., . 




. 


May 9, 188,', 


K, 


1st Regiment. 


15 


Houghton, Isaac H., . 




. 


July 31, 1882, 


c, 


5th Regiment. 


16 


Mahonev, John W., . 




. 


Jan. 2, 1883. 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


17 


Haynes, Gideon F., . 




. 


Feb. 10, 1883, 


F, 


5th Regiment. 


18 


Rice, Henry B., 




, 


Mar. 13, 1883, 


D, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


19 


Gardner, Harry C, . 




• 


April 16, 1883, 


D, 


1st Regiment. 



1886.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 



219 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of Commis- 
sion. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



20 Brackett, Eben T., . 

21 Topham, William B., 

22 Robeson, Andrew, . 

23 Clark, Joseph E., 

24 Ballard, Hairy P., . 

25 Johnson, Samuel A., 

26 Lougee, Oscar C , 

27 Buchanan, George M., 

28 Mills, J. Albert, 

29 Berry, John F , 
.30 Harris. Edward A., . 

31 Jellison, Benjamin H., 

32 Abbott, Edward W , 

33 Cleveland, George H., 
31 Perry, William C, . 
3.3 Duchesney, Lawrence N. 
36 Moolton, J. Marion, . 
-!7 Carstcnsen, Henry, . 

38 ' Henderson, Tbomas C, 

39 Chamberlain, Solon T , 

40 McCurdy, William B., 
11 Sears, George T., 

42 Donovan, William H., 

43 Butler, Thomas F., . 

44 Barber, Nicholas F., . 

45 Cheney, Charles A., . 

46 Gilmore, John L., 

47 McCarthy, Michael J., 

48 Leach, Nathan E., . 

49 Jackson, Thomas E., 

50 Brady, George W., . 

51 Leavitt, Thomas E., . 

52 Pratt, Charles H., . 

53 Sheldon, Tristram W., 

54 . Whitney, Horace E., 

55 I Kirbv, John H., 

56 Wood, Henry G., 

57 Brigirs, Frank II., 

58 Oakes, William II., . 

59 Dallinger, Frank \V., 

60 Atkins, Henry W., . 

61 Keefe, Daniel J., 

62 Ward, Windsor M., . 

63 Richardson, Henry H., 

64 Miers, Everett P.,' . 

First Lieutenants 

1 Pool, James F., . 

2 McDonald, Henry, . 

3 Connors, Charles, 

4 Boynton, Albion C, . 

5 Hayes, William A., . 

6 Mead, Asa W., . 

7 Dougherty, Frederick F., 

8 Adams, Charles W., . 

9 Ticknor, Thomas B., 

10 Stedman, William L., 

11 Carver, J. Hermann, 

12 Hobbs, Samuel, 

13 Leonard, John J., 

14 Early, James, . 

15 Hagerty, Edward W , 

16 Frothingham, Joseph H., 

17 Woodman, Charles B., 



April 

May 

June 

July 



Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

April 
May 



June 



July 
Aug. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 
April 



May 

June 
July 

Nov. 

Dec. 



17, 1883, 

7, 1883, 
5, 1883, 

22, 1883, 
5, 1883, 
9, 1883, 
9, 1883, 

26, 18S3, 
10, 1883, 

4, 1883, 
4, 1883, 

18, 1884, 

4, 1881, 

27, 1884, 
31, 1884, 
25, ISM, 

1, 1884, 

2, 1884, 

19, 18S4, 

20, 1881, 

5, 1884, 
12, 1884, 
25, 1884, 
30, 1884, 

23, 1884. 

25, 18S4, 
27, 1884, 

8, 1881, 

15, 1884, 
1, 1885, 

16, 1885, 

26, 1885, 
4, 1885, 

6, 1885, 

6, 18S5, 
30, 1885, 

4, 1885, 

27, 1885, 
22, 1S85, 
20, 1885, 
22, 1885, 

24, 18S5, 
27, 1885, 

7, 1885, 
10, 1885, 



July 

April 

May 

Mar. 

June 

July 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

April 

May 

June 

Nov. 

Jan. 

April 



24, 1874, 

2, 1877, 
21, 1879, 
27, 1880, 
16, 1880, 
13, 1880, 

7, 1880, 
21, 1881, 
31, 1881, 

3, 1882, 
3, 1882, 
9, 1882, 

27, 1882, 
24, 1882, 
2, 1883, 
16, 1883, 
24, 1883, 



I, 

E, 

C, 

E, 

L, 

A, 

B, 

G, 

A, 

H, 

C, 

F, 

B, 

A, 

5, 

o, 

L, 

B, 

F, 

C, 

D, 

F, 

G, 

H, 

A, 

I, 

D, 

I, 

F, 

L, 

E, 

E, 

B, 

M, 

D, 

G, 

A, 

A, 

B, 

H, 

A, 

K, 

K, 

H, 



I, 

B, 

C, 

H, 

C, 

G, 

E, 

A, 

D, 

M, 

B, 

K, 

G, 

A, 

B, 

D, 

M, 



8th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment, 
2d Corps Cadets 
2d Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
8th Regiment 
1 >t Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment; 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
1st Regiment, 
5th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 



8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 



220 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 





. 


Date of Commis- 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


sion. 


Co. 


Regiment. 


18 


Clarke, William B., . . 


May 8, 1883, 


B, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


19 


Heaton, Robert C, . 






June 5, 1885, 


A, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


20 


Emerson, James, 






July 5, 1883, 


L, 


8th Regiment. 


21 


Peck, Walter F., 






9, 1883, 


B, 


2d Corps Cadets 


22 


Hall, Joseph M., 






26, 1883, 


G, 


5th Regiment. 


23 


Lawrence, Sylvester A., . 






Sept. 4, 1883, 


H, 


6th Regiment. 


24 


Pettingell, George W., 






Jan. 18, 1884, 


F, 


8th Regiment. 


25 


Lang, Charles W., 






Feb. 4, 1884, 


B, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


26 


Murray, Freeman, 






8, 1884, 


D, 


8th Regiment. 


27 


Ellis, Alfred, . 






18, 1884, 


E, 


1st Regiment. 


28 


Sullivan, Pat'k T., . 






April 8, 1884, 


c, 


9th Regiment. 


29 


Sanders, Joseph W., 






May 2, 1884, 


L, 


1st Regiment. 


30 


King, George A., 






9, 1884, 


F, 


1st Regiment. 


31 


Edgell, Charles N., . 






20, 1884, 


F, 


2d Regiment. 


32 


Walsh, John W., 






23, 1884, 


D, 


6th Regiment. 


33 


Coleman,. John T., . 






26, 1884, 


E, 


5th Regiment. 


34 


Brown, Emery, . 






June 5, 1884, 


c, 


8th Regiment. 


35 


Porter, Samuel, 






12, 1884, 


D, 


5th Regiment. 


36 


McCarthy, Eugene, . 






25, 1884, 


F, 


9th Regiment. 


37 


Edes, Robert B., 






1 July 9, 1884, 


F, 


5th Regiment. 


38 


Staples, Herbert F., . 






23, 1884, 


H, 


8th Regiment. 


39 


Taylor, George H., . 






Aug. 25, 1884, 


A, 


6th Regiment. 


40 


Cutter, Frank E., 






27, 1884, 


I, 


6th Regiment. 


41 


Benyon, George H., . 






Sept. 1, 1884, 


c, 


5th Regiment. 


42 


Sinclair, Samuel T., . 






25, 1884, 


B, 


5th Regiment. 


43 


Herrod, Edward E., 






Dec. 15, 1884, 


I, 


1st Regiment. 


44 


Curtis, Chester W., . 






Jan. 1, 1885, 


F, 


6th Regiment. 


45 


Ward, Thomas B., . 






Feb. 9, 1885, 


G, 


9th Regiment. 


46 


Connor, William H., 






26, 1885, 


E, 


2d Regiment. 


47 


Perry, Lucius H., 






Mar. 9, 1885, 


E, 


8th Regiment. 


48 


Barber, Frank H., 






12, 1885, 


D, 


2d Regiment. 


49 


O'Flaherty, Thomas F., 






16, 1885, 


H, 


9th Regiment. 


50 


Fullford, Alvah S., . 






April 4, 1885, 


E, 


6th Regiment. 


51 


Page, Walter F., 






6, 1885, 


B, 


6th Regiment. 


52 


Woods, Frank, . 






6, 1885, 


L, 


6th Regiment. 


53 


Berrill, John T., 






6, 1885, 


M, 


6th Regiment. 


54 


Fox, William L., 






May 4, 1885, 


G, 


1st Regiment. 


55 


Winthrop, Alexander, 






27, 1885, 


A, 


1st Regiment. 


56 


Rogers, Edward A., . 






June 5, 1885, 


K, 


8th Regiment. 


57 


Tarbell, Warren E., . 






13, 18S5, 


c, 


2d Regiment 


58 


Smith, Ralph, . 






July 20, 1885, 


B, 


1st Regiment. 


59 


Rogers, Charles S., . 






22, 1885, 


H, 


1st Regiment. 


60 


Noether, Anton J , . 






Aug. 17, 1885, 


c, 


1st Regiment. 


61 


French, Charles E., . 






Nov. 5, 1885, 


A, 


5th Regiment. 


62 


Egan, Edward, . 






30, 1885, 


D, 


9th Regiment. 


63 


Cannon, Thomas J., . 






Dec. 7, 1885, 


K, 


6th Regiment. 


64 


Bourne, Belding D. B., 






10, 1885, 


H, 


5th Regiment. 




Second Lieutenants. 








1 


Roche, Edson M., 


July 18, 1879, 


H, 


2d Regiment. 


2 


Cordis, Thomas F., . 






Mar. 8, 1880, 


B, 


2d Regiment. 


3 


Foster, Willard M , . 






May 25, 1881, 


c, 


6th Regiment. 


4 


Towne, Elmer E., 






Dec. 14, 1881, 


A, 


8th Regiment. 


5 


Cleveland, Frank E., 






Mar. 21, 1882, 


G, 


6th Regiment. 


6 


Knapp, Henry, . 






April 26, 1882, 


G, 


2d Regiment. 


7 


Rogers, Edward A., . 






June 30, 1882, 


M, 


8th Regiment. 


8 


Hagerty, David J., . 






Jan. 23, 1883, 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


9 


Wade, Howard, 






Feb. 9, 1883, 


K, 


1st Regiment. 


10 


Fogg, Jeremiah M., . 






April 17, 1883, 


I, 


8th Regiment. 


11 


Munroe, John D , 






24, 1883, 


M, 


1st Regiment. 


12 


Sullivan, Patrick T., 






July 24, 1883, 


c, 


9th Regiment. 


13 


Benton, Leonard P., . 






Sep't. 4, 1883, 


H, 


6th Regiment. 


14 


Tayne, Patrick P., 






Dec. 17, 1883, 


G, 


9th Regiment. 


15 


Estes, Edward M., . 






Jan. 15, 1884. 


G, 


2d Regiment. 



1886.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 

Line Officers of Infantry — Concluded. 



221 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of Commis- 
sion. 



Co. 



Keciment. 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
'21 
22 
23 
•21 
25 
26 
27 

2a 

29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
12 
43 
II 

r> 
46 
17 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
.">7 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 



Preston, William D., 
Smith, Edward H., . 
Barrows, Frank C, . 
Curtin, Daniel T., 
Chicken, George W., 
Brayhard, Charles A. 
Sawin, Jonas P , 
True, Henry W., 
Osgood. Charles W., 
Smith, Henry M., 
Bell, Robert P. 13., . 
Baker, Charles J., 
Leary, John, 
Doherty, Joseph O., . 
Burke, William F., . 
Berry, Lyman O., 
Kennedy, John C, . 
Mitchell, Frederic M., 
Saul, James H., 
Blankinship, Edward W., 
Clisbee, Walter A., . 
Simonds, George A., 
Miner, Charles X., . 
Locke, Willard P., . 
Keene, Chesman L., 
Sampson, Isaac P., . 
Oner, John A., . 
Lovett, George J., 
White, diaries II., . 
Bennett, John R., 
Beede, James K., 
Fenno, Herbert, 
White, Henry, . 
Bagley, Benjamin G., 
Pepperell, William S., 
Titcomb, Ira C, 
Farrington, Henry O., 
Lancaster, John E., . 
Fratis, Frank F., 
Mitchell, Edward W., 
Hill-man, Charles H., 
Luscomb, George H., 
Drown, Ellis E., 
Benjamin, Forrest E., 
Lewis, Frank T., 
Sharkey, John J., 
Goodwin, Frank W., 
Shaugnessy, William F., 
Sargent, Everett A., 



2;> 
8 

IS 
8 
9 
•_> 

20 
26 
26 

2i ; 

12 
23 
25 
30 
28 
2."> 
1 

25 
24 
L5 
1 
22 
2~i 

Feb. 19 
20 
20 

Mar. 9 
10 

April 4 



28 
May 18 

18 
27 

June 1 

5 

13 

30 

1 

20 

Aug. 17 

Sept. 18 
28 

Nov. f) 
30 
30 
7 
K) 



Jan. 
Feb. 

April 

M ay 



June 



July 

Aug. 
Sept. 

Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 



July 



Dec. 



, 1884, 


A, 


, 1884, 


D, 


, 1884, 


E, 


, 1884, 


c, 


, 1881, 


H, 


, 1884, 


L, 


, 1884, 


F. 


, 1884, 


G, 


, 1884, 




, 1884, 


E, 


, 1884, 


D, 


, 1SSL, 


- 


, 1884, 


F, 


, 1884, 


G, 


, 1884, 


I), 


, 1884, 


A, 


, 1884, 


c, 


, 1884, 


B, 


, 1884, 


H, 


, 1884, 


I, 


, 188.'), 


F, 


, 188."., 


G, 


, 1885, 


L 


, 1885, 


F, 


, 1885, 


F, 


, 1885, 


E, 


, 1885, 


E, 


, 1885, 


H, 


. 1885, 


E, 


, 1885, 


M, 


, 1885, 


c, 


, 1885, 


D, 


, 1885, 


I), 


, 1885, 


B, 


, 1885, 


A, 


, 18S5, 


F, 


, 188:», 


K. 


, 1885, 


c, 


, 1885, 


A, 


, 1885, 


E, 


, 1885, 


B, 


, 1885, 


c, 


, lss:., 


L, 


, L885, 


L, 


, 1S85, 


A, 


, 1885, 


1). 


, 1885, 


B, 


, 1885, 


K, 


, 1885, 


H, 



2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
0th Regiment. 
6th Regiment, 
•ith Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
0th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
1 >t Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
0th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
0th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 



FiehJ, Staff, ami Line Officers of Artillery. 





Major. 
Merrill, George S., . 


Aug. 


11, 1873, 




1st Battalion. 




Adjutant. 
Gibson, John I., .... 


June 


26, 1884, 


_ 


1st Battalion. 




Quartermaster. 
Dow, Loren S., 


Aug. 


1, 1882, 


_ 


1st Battalion. 




Surgeons. 
Clark, Arthur W., .... 


June 


20, 1885, 




1st Battalion. 



222 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Field, Staff, and Line Officers of Artillery — Concluded. 



No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of Commis- 
sion. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




Assistant Surgeon. 
Fales, Willard H., . 
Gifford, Fred. H 


July 
Jan. 


11, 1885, 
19, 1885, 


- 

Bat. 
B. 


1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 




Paymaster. 
Hedges, Sidney M 


Sept. 


1, 1885, 




1st Battalion. 




Captains. 
Wellington, Fred W., 
Stevenson, Frank L., ... 
Follett, Dexter H., . 


Sept. 
Feb. 
Dec. 


29, 1884, 
11, 1885, 
23, 1885, 


B, 

c, 

A, 


Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 




First Lieutenants. 
Smith, Henry E., 
Merrill, John E., 
Stone, Edwin C, 
Stockwell, Dean T., . 
White, Charles D., . 


Sept. 
April 
May 


29, 1884, 
7, 1885, 
1, 1885, 
1, 1885, 

22, 1885, 


B, 
B, 

c, 
c, 

A, 


Unattached. 
Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 




Second Lieutenants. 
Bigelow, Charles F., 
Henuessy, William H., 


April 
May 


7, 1885, 
1, 1885, 


B, 

c, 


Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 


Field, Line, Staff, anc 


I Offii 


zers of 


Cave 


Iry. 



Major. 
Kemp, Horace G., 

Adjutant. 
Frost, James P., 

Quartermaster. 
Newton, S. B., . 

Surgeon. 
Burrell, Herbert L., . 

Assistant Surgeons. 
Leighton, Walter H., 
Durell, Thomas M., 

Paymaster. 
Xoyes, Samuel, Jr., . 

Chaplain. 
Rider, William H., . 



Captains. 
Fletcher, Sherman H., 
Andrews, Henry D., 
Burnham, Lamont G., 

First Lieutenants. 
Allard, Isaac H., 
Wilson, Horace W., 
Henderson George F., 

Second Lieutenants. 
Henderson, David F , 
Wadsworth, Edward B., . 
Everett, C. William, 



Mar. 25, 1884, 
Jan. 31, 1882, 
Jan. 31, 1882, 
April 15, 1884, 



Jan. 8, 1882, 
April 15, 1884, 



F, 



April 15, 1884, 
April 15, 1884, 



May 14, 1877, F, 
April 22, 1884, A, 
Feb. 10, 1885, D, 



April 22, 1884, A, 

23, 1885, F, 

June 12, 1885, I D, 



Mar. 28, 1883, D, 

April 22, 1884, A, 

23, 1885, F, 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 



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1886. 



GOVERNOR AND STAFF. 



GOVEKNOR AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 

His Excellency GEORGE D. ROBINSON. . . of Chicopee. 

Adjutant-General. 

Major-General SAMUEL DALTON, .... of Boston. 

Assistant Adjutants General. 

Colonel GEORGE A FLAGG of Millbury. 

Colonel MYRON P. WALKER, .... of Belchertown. 

Lieutenant-Colonel EDWARD H. GILBERT, . . of Ware. 

Assistant Inspectors General. 

Colonel HORACE T. ROCKWELL, .... of Boston. 

Colonel EDWARD E. CURRIER, . of Maiden. 

Judge Advocate General. 

Brigadier-General EDWARD P. NETTLETON, . of Boston. 

Assistant Quartermasters General. 

Colonel EDWIN D. METCALF, .... of Springfield. 

Colonel HORACE E. BOYNTON, .... of Boston. 

Colonel EPHRAIM STEARNS, ofWaltham. 

Surgeon General. 

Brigadier-General ALFRED F. HOLT, . . . of Cambridge. 

Aides-de-Camp. 

Colonel EDWARD J. RUSSELL of Worcester, 

Colonel WILLIAM S. GREENOUGH, . . .of Boston. 

Colonel CHARLES H. ALLEN, of Lowell, 

Colonel JOHN J. WHIPPLE, of Brockton. 



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